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Transactions 

OF THE 

Bristol and Gloucestershire 
Archaeological Society 

FOR 

I912. 



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COLOURED FRONTISPIECE TO SAXTON'S ATLAS. 



A Descriptive Catalogue 

of the 

Printed Maps of 
Gloucestershire 

1577-1911 

With Biographical Notes 



By 

T. CHUBB 

Of the Map Room, British Museum 



V) 1396953 




LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS. 



Facing 
Pag6 

Coloured Frontispiece to Saxton's Atlas . . Title 
v;1Saxton's Map, 1577 . . • • • .11 

V. J 

Keer's Map, 1599 ....... 12 

Speed's Map, 1610 ...... 14 

Thumb-Nail Map of Gloucestershire. From " A 

Direction for the English Traviller," 1635 . 22 

Blaeu's Map, 1648 . . . . . . 27 

Thumb-Nail Map of Gloucestershire. From " A 

Direction for the English Traviller," 1650 . 30 

Blome's Map, 1673 . . . . . -35 

Morden's Map, 1704 ...... 44 

Bowen's Map, from the Royal English Atlas, 1767 65 

Taylor's Map, 1777. Section showing Country 

Around Gloucester . . , . . -74 

Gary's Map, from Gary's New and Correct English 

Atlas, 1787 . . . . . . . 80 



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INTRODUCTION. 



Reviewing the history of EngHsh cartography, one is 
bound to confess that it has not received the attention 
from bibhographers that it deserves. Richard Gough, in 
1780, pubhshed his British Topography, or an Historical 
Accoimt of what has been done for Illustrating the Topographical 
Antiquities of Great Britain and Ireland, London. In 181 8 
Wilham Upcott issued A Bibliographical Account of the 
Principal Works relating to English Topography, in 3 vols. 
Both are valuable works in their way, but there were no 
bibliographies devoted purely to English cartography until 
Sir H. G. Fordham led the way with his valuable works : 
Hertfordshire Maps," published in the Transactions of the 
Hertfordshire Natural History Society and Field Club, 1901-7, 
and "Cambridgeshire Maps," published in the Communications 
of the Cambridge Ajitiquarian Society, 1908, both of which 
were re-issued as complete publications in 1908. 

In the meantime, 1907, Mr. William Harrison contributed 
to the Transactions of the Lancashire and Cheshire Antiquarian 
Society, vol. 25, his useful " Early Maps of Lancashire and 
their Makers," and, in 191 1, the present writer placed before 
the public, through the medium of the Wiltshire ArchcBological 
and Natural History Magazine, vol. 37, " A Descriptive 
Catalogue of the Printed Maps of Wiltshire." 

Gloucestershire having so far escaped attention, he has 
endeavoured to make good the deficiency as far as possible, 
and by the courtesy of the Bristol and Gloucestershire 
Archaeological Society has been able to place the result of 
his labour in this in.teresting field of research at the service 
of scholars and students. 

Glancing backward, there is evidence that the art of 
cartography has been practised from a very early period in 



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the world's history, but how early it is impossible with any 
degree of certainty to say. A. E. Nordenskiold, in his 
Facsimile Atlas, tells us " Herodotus begins the 49th chapter 
of his fifth book Terpsichore with the following words : 
' When Cleomenes was king in Sparta, Aristagoras, the ruler 
of Miletus, arrived there. And when the latter went to 
speak with Cleomenes, he brought with him — so the 
Lacedemonians say — a copper-plate, on which the circle of 
the whole earth was engraved, and the ocean and all the 
rivers.' . . . This happened in about the year 500 B.C. 
We have no further information about this map, and the 
conjectures that it was constructed by Hecatseus . 
•and who, according to a quotation by Strabo (lib. i, cap. i) 
from Eratosthenes, made the first map of the world, are 
without any foundation. But it is in this passage of 
Herodotus that a map is mentioned in literature for the ( 
hrst time, and that not merely as a valuable curiosity, but ' 
as the means of explaining the relative position and extension 
of the dominions of the King of Persia." 

In the Babylonian Collection in the British Museum are 
to be found some maps and plans of the same period. These 
were drawn on clay, and afterwards baked. The original 
cuneiform inscriptions upon them relate that they depict 
the world as known to the Babylonians 500 B.C. A plan of 1 
the city of Tuba. A plan of the city of Babylon, showing the | 
position of the temple of the God of Bel, and on some 
fragments, portions of a plan of a large building, probably a 
royal palace in Babylon, with measurements of the buildings 
and open courts. These are reproduced in Cuneiform Texts 
from Babylonian Tablets, etc., in the British Museum, part 
xxii. London, 1906. Fol. 

In the geography of Strabo (54 B.C. — a.d. 24) some 
rules are given for the drawing of m.aps, and it is said that he 
possessed a map of the British Isles. At best it must have 
been of a very crude character, and could have -borne httle 
resemblance to maps of to-day. 

Following closely upon Strabo came the famous , 
geographer Claudius Ptolemae.us, of Alexandria, who hved 
in the first half of the second century of the Christian Era. 



Maps of Gloucestershire. 



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The map of the British Isles, printed in his Geography, dated 
1462 (or rather 1472), is the earliest one known of Great 
Britain and Ireland. 

The " Itinerary of Castorinus," a MS. generally known 
as the " Peutinger Table," which was probably made in the 
twelfth century, includes a portion of the south-east coast of 
England. It was reproduced in Gough's British Topography, 
1780. 

The Gough Collection in the Bodleian Library contains 
a very fine map of Great Britain, made about 1300, drawn on 
two skins of vellum. A reduced facsimile of it, by Basire, 
is also given in Gough's British Topography, and it was again 
reproduced in 1875 at the Ordnance Survey Office, 
Southampton. 

In the thirteenth century Richard of Cirencester made a 
map of Britain, and there is one of Great Britain and 
Ireland in the manuscript history of Matthev/ of Paris, 
written about the middle of the thirteenth century, entitled : 
" Britannia, nunc dicta Angha, quae complectitur Scociam, 
Galeweiam & Walliam." This also was included by Gough 
in his British Topography. 

Coming down to modern times, we find the earliest 
engraved map of the British Isles, with the exception of 
Ptolemy, is one by George Lilly, son of the grammarian, 
pubHshed in 1546 at Rome, where Lilly had Hved some 
years with Cardinal Pole. The first engraved map of 
England and Wales is that of Humphrey Lloyd, published 
in Abraham Ortelius' Additamentuni Theatri Orbis 
Terr arum, 1573. 

But no survey of the counties was produced until 1579, 
when Christopher Saxton, who had been granted special 
facilities by the Privy Council to enable him to carry on the 
work with as little delay as possible, published his atlas of 
the counties of England and Wales. From this work Peter 
Keer, or to be exact Pieter van den Keere, engraved a set of 
small maps of the counties, many of which bear the signature 
Petrus Kaerius Coelavit," and a few the date " 1599." -i 

John Norden, topographer, born in 1548, and died about 
1625, was the first to project a complete series of county 



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histories, but, unfortunately, he was never able to finish 
the work. A Privy Council Order, dated at Hampton 
Court, 27th January, 1593, addressed to Lieutenants and 
others of counties, gave Norden authority to : " Travil through 
England and Wales to make more perfect descriptions, 
charts, and maps," and that year saw the production of his 
" Speculum Britannise. The first parte. Middlesex. J. 
Norden . . . descripsit, 1593-" 

An expedition undertaken by Norden in 1595 resulted 
in "A Chorographicall Discription of the severall Shires and 
Islands of Middlesex, Surrey, Sussex, Hamshire [sic\, Weighte, 
Garnsey, & Jarsey. Performed by the traveyle and view 
of John Norden, 1595." This is now in the MS. department 
of the British Museum (Ad. 31853). He also surveyed 
Cornwall, Essex, Hertfordshire, Kent and Northamptonshire, 
the last county being finished in 1610. Norden, however, 
only pubHshed two descriptions : Middlesex, 1593, and 
Hertfordshire, 1598. 

In passing, attention may be drawn to the very interesting 
and artistic maps of Robert Adams, engraved by Augustinus 
Ryther, showing the engagements of the Enghsh and 
Spanish fleets in the English Channel, and the course of the 
Armada around the British Isles. They were pubHshed 
■under the title of " Expeditionis Hispanorum in Angham 
vera descriptio. Anno Do: MD.LXXXVIII." 

The seventh edition of Camden's Britannia, issued in 
1607, contains maps of the counties of England, copied and 
engraved by Wilham Kip and William Hole, from Saxton's 
and Norden's maps. In hke manner John Speed also used 
them for his Theatre of the Empire of Great Britain, the 
engraving being done by Jodocus Hondius. The first edition 
was published in 1611, and many editions, as well as various 
abridgements, were from time to time issued. 

The middle of the seventeenth century saw the keen, and 
from the cartographer's point of view very beneficial, rivalry 
between the establishments of Blaeu and Jansson at 
Amsterdam. Each worked might and main to produce a 
general atlas of the world, and in 1646 Jan Jansson issued 
the fourth volume of his atlas, consisting of maps of Great 



Maps of Gloucestershire. 



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Britain and Ireland. But, alas ! originality was not a 
strong point of the work, the maps of England being compiled 
from those of Saxton and Speed, and the text lifted 
bodily from Camden's Britannia. Some two years later 
Jan Blaeu followed with the fourth volume of his atlas. 
But here again maps and text were derived from the same 
sources. 

Contemporaneously with the development of cartography 
in England and the Netherlands, a school of geographers 
was growing up in France, of which Nicolas Sanson, of 
Abbeville (royal geographer from 1627 to the time of his 
death in 1667), and his sons Adrian, Nicolas and Guillaume 
Sanson, were the earlier and more important members. 
Other able workers followed, but, as far as is known, French 
cartographers produced no atlas of Enghsh county maps. 

Towards the end of the seventeenth century, when the 
Dutch school of cartographers was fast dying out, English 
engravers and map-makers became more numerous, and 
their work more prolific. 

In 1675 John Ogilby issued his Britannia, which, however, 
only consisted of long strips showing the roads, with 
notes and geographical features of the adjacent country. 
During the following century a number of collections of 
English county maps were issued by John Seller, Philip Lea, 
Robert Morden, Hermann Moll, Richard Blome, John 
Overton, Thomas Kitchin, Emanuel Bowen, Thomas Jefferys, 
John Ellis, Carington, John, and Thomas Bowles, 
f - Down to 1777 cartographers based their maps of 
Gloucestershire on the surveys of Saxton, Norden and 
Speed, but in that year Isaac Taylor made a new survey of 
the county, and this in turn formed the basis of all new maps 
until the publication of the Ordnance Survey in 1828-31. 

Of this period, the works produced by John Cary in the 
latter part of the eighteenth and beginning of the nineteenth 
centuries reached the highest standard of excellence yet 
attained. In 1787 he issued his first atlas of England, and 
two years later followed with a small road atlas of the 
Enghsh counties. In 1809 he published his New English 
Atlas in foho. His large map of England, on the scale of 



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two miles to the inch, and which compares favourably with 
the Ordnance Survey on the same scale, was not published 
until 1832. 

The surveying and triangulation of the Board of Ordnance 
was commenced in 1784, but no publication was issued until 
1801, when they started with a map of Kent. The regular 
issue of the Ordnance Survey Maps practically put an end 
to all private enterprise in surveying. But there are two 
notable exceptions : — a magnificent series of county maps 
by J. and C. Greenwood, and another, though very incomplete, 
by A. Bryant. Both sets were produced in the second decade 
of the nineteenth century. 

Having briefly reviewed the history of the birth and 
growth of cartography, we may be allowed to explain the 
plan of the present catalogue. The arrangement is, as far as 
possible, chronological, that is, according to the date on the 
map, or if the map is undated the date of the work from 
which it is taken. Reprints and new editions are given 
under the year in which they were issued, and take 
precedence of the new maps of that year. 

Except where otherwise indicated, each map has been 
examined and systematically described ; the title and the 
names of the author and engraver are given precisely as on 
the plate, together with the actual size of the map in inches. 
The full title of the v/ork in which it appeared is also noted, 
except where a map has been separately published, thus 
incidentally furnishing a complete list of the atlases and 
books containing county maps of England and Wales. A 
detailed description of the map follows, giving all particulars 
appearing on the plate, and the text on the back. • 
Biographical notes of the more distinguished cartographers 
have also been added. 

The Tabular Index, in which the maps are arranged 
under the names of authors, engravers and publishers, shows 
at a glance the whole of the work for which each individual 
is responsible, and more especially the life of each particular 
map, its various editions, its different forms, and the works 
in which it has appeared. 

In conclusion, the writer, who owes much to the facilities 



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he enjoys by reason of his long connection with the Map 
Room of the British Museum, desires gratefully to acknowledge 
the very valuable assistance he has received from Mr. George 
Goode, of the Cambridge University Library, and from the 
before-mentioned works of Sir H. G. Fordham, and to 
explain that though he has used his best endeavours to 
make this Catalogue of Gloucestershire Maps absolutely 
complete, he fears, however, that he cannot claim for it this 
much-to-be-desired degree of perfection. 

THOMAS CHUBB. 

April, 1913. 




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SAXTO^I 




jlAP. 1577. 



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Maps of Gloucestershire. 



1577. 

OLOCESTRI^ SIUE CL AUDIO CESTRIiE COMITAT' (CLAUDIJ CiESARIS 
NOMINE AD HUC CELEBRAT') VERUS TIPUS ATQ EFFIGIES. ANO. 
DNI. 1577. CHRISTOFERUS SAXTON DESCRIPSIT. AUGUSTINUS 
RYTHER ANGLVS SCULPSIT. ANO. DNI. 1577. SCALA MILIARIUM, 
12 [^4 inches]. 19i x 15 in. 

In [Atlas of England and Wales. By 
Christopher Saxton, London.] 1579, f^l- 

A highly-coloured map, showing towns, villages, churches, 
hills drawn pictorially, forests, woods, parks, and rivers with 
bridges. 

Top left-hand corner, an elaborate cartouche, sur- 
mounted by the Royal Arms with supporters, and E. R., 
containing the title. Bottom left-hand corner, the arms of 
Thomas Seckford, with motto. Bottom right-hand corner, 
standing upon a plinth, an oblong panel, containing the 
engraver's name and date. Resting upon the panel, a 
scroll bearing the author's name. Above, supported by 
the ornament, the scale of twelve miles, standing upon 
which is an open pair of compasses. The border is formed 
by two double lines, between which is an ornamental design. 
In oblong panels in the border : Septentrio," Oriens," 
" Meridies," and " Occidens." 

Christopher Saxton, a topographical draughtsman, was 
born of an old Yorkshire family at Tingley, near Leeds. He 
was educated at Cambridge, but at what college is not 
known. Afterwards he came to London, and was attached 
to the household of Thomas Seckford, at whose instigation 
and expense, and with the authority of Queen Elizabeth, he 
surveyed and drew maps of every county in England and 
Wales. 



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This is the first survey of the counties of England and 
Wales, and all subsequent maps for over a century were 
based upon it. The dates of the maps range from 1574- 
1579, which year they were published as a complete 
collection. The maps were engraved by Augustine Ryther, 
Remigius Hogenberg, Cornelius Hogius (or Hogins), Nicolas 
Reynolds, Leonard Terwoort, and F. Scatter. There is no 
evidence, but it is thought that Saxton himself engraved the 
maps of the Welsh counties. 

Thomas Seckford obtained from the Privy Council special 
facilities for Saxton, "to be assisted in all places where he 
shall come for the view of such places to describe certain 
counties in cartes, being thereunto appointed by Her 
Majestie's bill under her signet." 

Special injunctions were sent in 1576 to all the justices 
of peace, mayors, and others in Wales, " to see him conducted 
unto any towre, castle, high place or hill, to view that 
country, and that he may be accompanied with ij or iij 
honest men, such as do best know the country, for the better 
accomplishment of that service, and that his departure from 
any town or place that he hath taken the view of, the said 
towne do set forth a horseman that can speak both Welsh 
and Englishe to safeconduct him to the market town." 

The date of Saxton's death is uncertain, but he was alive 
as late as 1596, when he surveyed and described the town 
of Manchester. 

Copies of Saxton's atlas are now very rare, one sold at 
Christie's in 1901 realised £90. 

1599. 

GLOCESTRIA. MIL. ANG., 15 [^1^ inches]. ^ x Sf in. 

In [A Collection of 28 Maps of the Counties of 
England and Wales. By Peter Keer.] 1599, obi. 8vo. 

A small, clearly-printed map, being one of a set engraved 
by P. Keer, many of which bear his name, and some the 
date 1599. The British Museum collection of these maps 
is imperfect, wanting the Counties of Cornwall, Essex, 



Maps of Gloucestershire. 



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Gloucester, Hertford, Westmoreland and Cumberland, and 
Yorkshire. The maps are coloured, and plain at the back. 
The description of Gloucestershire is from the 1617 edition. 

Shows towns, some villages, hills, trees, rivers and 
bridges. 

Top left-hand corner, a small cartouche with the title. 
Bottom right-hand corner, in a small panel worked in with 
the border, the scale of 15 miles. At the top, in the middle, 
Vigorniae pars " appears to have been added. The border 
is formed by a plain double line. On the left-hand side, 
near the top, is " 217." 

1607. 

GLOCESTRI^ COMITATUS OLIM SEDES DOBUNORUM. CHRISTO- 
PHORUS SAXTON DESCRIP. GULIELMUS HOLE SCULPSIT. SCALA 
MILIARIUM, 10 [ = 2iV inches]. 12| x lli in. 

In Britannia, sive Florentissimorum Regnorum 
ANGLiiE, Scotia, Hiberni^e et Insularum adiacentium 

EX INTIMA ANTIQUITATE ChOROGRAPHICA DESCRIPTIO : NUNC 

postremo recognita, plurimis locis magna accessione 
adaucta, & Chartis Chorographicis illustrata. 
GuiLiELMO Camdeno Authore. Londini, Impensis 
Georgii Bishop & Ioannis Norton. M. DC. VII, fol. 

A somewhat confused-looking map, showing towns, 
villages, churches, parks, forests, woods, hills drawn 
pictorially, rivers and bridges. 

Top left-hand corner, an elaborate cartouche, sur- 
mounted by the Royal Arms, with supporters. Bottom 
left-hand corner, a compass rose with a fleur-de-lis on the 
north, and a cross on the east. Bottom right-hand corner, 
standing upon a phnth, an oblong panel with the author's 
and engraver's names. Above, supported by the ornament, 
the scale of ten miles, a pair of open compasses marking off 
the first and ninth mile. 

The border is formed by a plain double line. The back 
bears the pagination 249 and 252. At the top of page 249 
is an ornamental band, followed by Latin text of " Dobuni." 
Page 252, Latin text of " Glocester-Shire." 



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1610. 

A REPRINT OF THE 1607 MAP. 

In Britain, or a Chorographicall Description 
OF . . . England ... by William Camden 
. . . Translated newly into English by Philemon 
Holland. . . . Londini, Impensis Georgii Bishop & 
loANNis Norton. M.D.CX, fol. 

The map is plain at the back. 

GLOCESTER SHIRE . . . THE SCALE OF MILES, 7 [ = 2| inches], 
ANNO DOMINI 1610. PERFORMED BY JOHN SPEED AND ARE TO BE 
SOLD IN POPPES [sic] HEAD ALLEY AGAINST THE EXCHANGE BY 
JOHN SUDBURY AND GEORGE HUMBLE CUM PRI. 20] x 14J in. 

In The Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine : 
Presenting an Exact Geography of the Kingdomes of 
England, Scotland, Ireland, and the Isles adioyning 
[sic] : With the Shires, Hundreds, Cities and Shire- 
towns, within ye Kingdome of England, divided and 

DESCRIBED BY lOHN SpEED. ImPRINTED AT LONDON AnNO 

Cum Privilegio i6ii. And are to be sold by Iohn" 
Sudbury & Georg Humble, in Pope's-head Alley, at 

YE SiGNE OF ye WhITE HoRSE. 

A beautifully-engraved map, showing towns, villages, 
hundreds, parks, hills, bridges and rivers. 

Top left-hand corner, a plan of " Glocester." Below, in 
an oblong panel, a descriptive note of Gloucester. Suspended 
to this is a small cartouche enclosing a note referring to 
Gloucester and Bristol. On the right-hand side of the plan, 
in a vertical panel, is the reference to the public buildings in 
the City of Gloucester. Bottom left-hand corner, placed 
diagonally, is the scale of seven miles, with an open pair of 
compasses, marking off the distances two and six. Above, a 
representation of the Battle of Tewkesbury, with a note, 
and above this a view of the two armies which fought in the 
Isle of Alney, near Gloucester. In the middle, at the top, 
a small cartouche, containing the title and a description of 
the county. Top right-hand corner, the Royal Arms, and 
below, ten coats of arms of the Earls and Dukes of Gloucester, 



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with two blank shields. Bottom right-hand corner, a plan of 
Bristol with " The arms of ye Citty." Above, references 
to the churches, etc., in Bristol. On the left, within a double 
line border, a descriptive note of Bristol, and attached to 
this, also within a double line border, is the imprint with 
the date above. 

The border is formed by two double lines, between which 
is an ornamental design. The orientation is given in oblong 
panels in the ornamental border, " North," East," " South," 
" West." 

The map occupies two pages, being 47 and 48 of the 
atlas. At the back, page 47, headed by an ornamental 
scroll, and beginning with a decorated initial letter, is a 
history of Gloucestershire in thirteen paragraphs, the whole 
surrounded by a single line. Page 48 is occupied by a list 
of the hundreds of Gloucestershire, in seven columns, also' 
enclosed by a single line. 

The Theatre of the Empire of Great Britain was first 
published as the Chorographical Part of Speed's History of 
Great Britain. 

ANOTHER EDITION. 

In [A Collection of Maps of the Counties of England 
AND Wales. By John Speed.] 1605-10, fol. 

An impression of Speed's map before the imprint and 
date were added. Plain at the back. 

John Speed, historian and cartographer, is said by Fuller 
to have been born at Farndon, Cheshire, in 1552. His 
father, a tailor, was admitted to the freedom of the Merchant 
Taylors Company, April 5th, 1556, and he himself, having 
followed his father's trade, was also admitted to that Company 
in 1580. 

In 1582 Speed married, and resided probably in Moor 
Fields, where he leased premises from the Merchant Taylors 
Company. 

He took a keen interest in the antiquities of his country, 
and Sir Faulk Greville, discovering this, made him an allow- 
ance in order that he might be free to devote his whole 



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attention to study. Speed used his freedom in making 
maps of the Counties of England and Wales. These, how- 
ever, he compiled chiefly from the surveys of Christopher 
Saxton and John Norden. 

Between 1605 and 1610 Speed published maps of the 
Counties of England and Wales, many of which were issued 
before the plates were finished, as evidenced by the blank 
cartouches on many of them ; while on others the engraver's 
name and date are wanting. These omissions were rectified 
in later issues. A collection of these early impressions is in 
the British Museum. 

The first complete atlas published by Speed was The 
Theatre of the Empire of Great Britain, 1611-12, fol. The 
hrst two books are dated 1611, books III Scotland, and IV 
Ireland, are dated 1612. This was issued as a part of 
Speed's History of Great Britain. 

Editions of the atlas were issued in 1611-12, 1614, 1627, 
1650, 1676, and a reprint, with many corrections by Henry 
Overton, in 1713, and again in 1743. A Latin translation 
by Philemon Holland Vv^as issued in 161 6, and re-issued in 
1646. 

1612. 

CtLOCESTER SHYRE. 13 x 9f in. 

In Poly-Olbion. By Michaell Drayton. London 
Printed for M. Lownes, I. Browne, I. Helme, I. Busbie. 
Ingraue by W. Hole. [1612] fol. 

An allegorical representation of Gloucestershire and parts 
of the adjacent counties, without any reference to county 
boundaries. The map is engraved to the border of the plate, 
which is enclosed by a single line. 

Shows towns (allegorically), forests, hills (pictorially), 
and rivers. 

Top left-hand corner, a figure of a woman bathing in the 
Severn ; a httle below, Micklewood Chase is represented by 
a female figure leading two hounds. Bottom left-hand 
corner, Kingswood Forest indicated by six tall trees, and a 
female figure blowing a horn, with five dogs. Top right-hand 



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corner^ two figures of men sitting on the top of two enormous 
hills. Below, Feckenham Forest is represented by four trees 
and a female figure. Bottom right-hand corner, Blockley 
Springs are shown, with a woman bathing in one, and sheep 
drinking from others. Just above, Mein Hill is shown, with 
a shepherd and his crook on the top. 

In the middle of the plate are the Cotswold Hills, in the 
centre of which is a flag bearing the inscription " Heigh for 
Cotswold." Dancing around the flagstaff are eight men, 
while two others are playing instruments of music ; a 
shepherd with dog and crook is looking on. To the 
right, seven men sitting around a table cloth spread 
on the grass are feasting. South of the Cotswolds, in 
the Vale of Evesham, a busy scene of haymaking and 
harvesting. 

This map accompanies the fourteenth song in Drayton's 
Poly-Olhion. 

1613. 

A REPRINT OF M. DRAYTON'S MAP OF 1612. 

In Poly-Olbion. . . . By M. Drayton . . • 
London . . . 1613, fol. 

An unaltered impression of the 1612 issue. 

1614. 

A REPRINT OF SPEED'S MAP OF 1610. 

In The Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine 
. . . By John Speed. . . . London, . . . 1614. 

Sir H. G. Fordham, in his Hertfordshire Maps, quotes an 
edition of Speed's atlas for 1614. 

I have not seen a copy of this edition, but in the Bodleian 
Library copy of P. Holland's Latin translation of Speed's 
atlas of 1646 is a title-page of Speed's Theatre of the Enipire 
of Great Britaine, dated 1614. In the same volume is a plate 
with the Royal Arms, engraved by J. Hondius, also dated 
1614. 

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1616. 

A REPRINT OF SPEED'S MAP OF 1610. 

In Theatrum Imperii Magn^e Britannia. . . . A. 
Joanne Spedo Anglice, conscript et a Philemone 

HOLLANDO LaTINITATE DoNATUM, ETC. LONDON. [1616], 

fol. 

An unaltered impression of the 1610 map, distinguishable 
by the Latin text on the back. 

Sir H. G. Fordham, in his Hertfordshire Maps, mentions a 
copy of this edition as being in the Bibliotheque Nationale, 
Paris. 

1617. 

ANOTHER EDITION OF P. KEER'S MAP OF 1599. 

In GuiLiELMi Camdeni, Viri Clarissimi Britannia, sive 
Florentissimorum Regnorum Anglic, Scotl^, Hiberni^e 
& Insularum adjacentium ex intima antiquitate 
descriptio. In Epitomen Contracta a Regnero Vitelliq 
ZiRiz^o, & Tabulis Chorographicis illustrata. 
Amstelredami, Ex Officina Guilielmi Ianssonij,. 
M.DC.XVII. 8°. 

At the back, page " 218 " and Latin text. 

1620. 

ANOTHER EDITION OF P. KEER'S MAP OF 1599. 

In England, Wales, Scotland, and Ireland,. 
Described and Abridged with ye Historie Relation 
OF Things worthy Memory from a farr larger Voulume. 
Done by John Speed. And are to be sould by Georg 
Humble at ye Whithorse in Popeshead Alley. Anno 
Cum Privilegio. [1620], obi. i2mo. 

The figure 23 " is added in the bottom right-hand 
corner, and the number " 217 " in the top left-hand corner 
erased. On the back, " Glocester-Shire. Chapter XXIII," 
and text in EngHsh abridged from The Theatre of the Empire 
of Great Britaine. 



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The title-page of the British Museum copy of the Atlas 
has been cropped, and the date sacrificed, but it is believed 
to have been 1620. 

1622. 

A REPRINT OF M. DRAYTON'S MAP OF 1612. 

In A Chorographicall Description of Great Britain. 
. , By Michael Drayton. . . . London, Printed 
for Iohn Marriott, Iohn Grismand, and Thomas Dev/e,, 
1622, fol. 

1628. 

GLOCESTER SHIRE. A SCALE OF MILES, 10 [ = | inch]. x 3| in. 

In The Abridgment of Camden's Britania with The 
Maps of the seuerall Shires of England and Wales. 
Printed by John Bill Printer to the King's Most 
Excellent Maiestie, 1626, ob]. 8°. 

. A small map, very much like P. Keer's map of 1599, and 
probably compiled from it. Shows towns, principal villages, 
a few hills, some trees, and rivers. 

Top left-hand corner, cartouche with title. Top right- 
hand corner, the scale. 

The border is formed by a double line, which is on the 
east marked off into degrees and minutes of latitude, and on 
the south into degrees and minutes of longitude, the figures 
being marked outside the border. On the back, "17 
Worcester-shire," and text for that county. The text 
for Gloucestershire is on the back of the map of Buckingham- 
shire. 

1627. 

A REPRINT OF J. SPEED'S MAP OF 1610. 

In The Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine 
. . . By Iohn Speed . . . 1627. Are to be sold 
BY George Humble at the Whitehorse in Popes-head 
Alley. Fol. 

The map is precisely the same as the 1610 edition. The 
text on the back is reset, and after " Book I " is a line. " 24 



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is printed in Arabic instead of Roman numerals as in the 
1610 edition. Fol. is omitted before " 47," and a line put 
across the border. The register is Ee, instead of L2 as in the 
1610 edition. The list of hundreds on page 48 is also reset, 
Fol." being omitted, and the number of the chapter 
printed in arable. 

A REPRINT OF P. KEER'S MAP OF 1620. 

In England, Wales, Scotland and Ireland. . . . 
Done by John Speed. And are to be sold by Georg 
Humble. . . . 1627, obi. i2mo. 

Precisely the same as the 1620 issue, including the text 
on the back. 

1635. 

GLOUCESTERSHIRE WITH SOME CONFINING TOWNES. [SCALE], 
10 MILES [ = 1 inch. JACOB VAN LANGEREN SCULP]. 1 x in. 

In A Direction for the English Traviller By which 

HE ShAL be INABLED TO COAST ABOUT ALL ENGLAND AND 

Wales. And also to know how farre any Market or 

NOTEABLE TOWNE IN ANY ShIRE LYETH ONE FROM AN OTHER, 

AND Whether the same be East, West, North, or South 
FROM YE Shire Towne. As also the distance betweene 
London and any other Shire or great towne : With 

THE SITUATION THEREOF EaST, WeST, NoRTH OR SoUTH 

FROM London. By the help also of this Worke one 

MAY know (in what PaRISH, VILLAGE, OR MANSION HoUSE 
SOEUER HE BE IN), WHAT ShIRES HE IS TO PASSE THROUGH, 
& WHICH WAY HE IS TO TRAUELL, TILL HE COME TO HIS 

JouRNiEs End. Inf^elix cuius nulli Sapientia prodest. 
Are to be Sold by Mathew Simons at the Golden Lion 
in Ducke Laine Ao. 1635. Jacob van Langeren sculp. 
i2mo. 

A " Thumb-nail " map, engraved on the bottom, right- 
hand corner of a plate measuring 4^ x 4^ inches. 

Shows the rivers, and the towns which are indicated by 
capital letters. Lines, showing the points of the compass, 
radiate from the border of the map. Around the map : 



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" Worcester North," " Oxfordshire East," Wilts & 
Somersetshire S," " Monmouth Heref. West." Below the 
map, in the right-hand corner, a pair of open compasses 
stand upon a scale of ten miles. 

The other portion of the plate is occupied by a triangular 
table of distances, with the title in the top left-hand corner. 
Along the top of the plate is a list of 26 towns, beginning 
with " Gloucester " and ending with Lidbury." Down 
the left-hand side a list, also of 26 towns, beginning with 
Stroud," and ending with " Bristowe." 

The border is formed by a single line, in the bottom of 
which is " 16." This number has, apparently, been altered, 
and in so doing a portion of the border line erased. 

the £ii,^-ix^li 

Tt'/n'r/) he Shai jnatUd to Coait / [ 
a hut a ff Fn jlan d a a d Wa ies . 

^inl alfc to know how.farre any Market cr notcrAilc ■ 
T" J n-' n. e t it any S li 1 £ e / vc th 0 h c fro m an oth 1' r , a n d IC h e ther 
tlie fame -be Eafl .W^cll .y Jrth^ cr South {rem y^ Shxre Towne, 
Ai Afo^ the dijlance hnn^-cnl^-^'l^ondoa .r.nd any ^hcr Shut cr 

arcat^tcwnc: with the {tination i^urccf E.'/l . Wif/"^ .V.rfh.^ South 
t/ ^ ^ ^ >j , 

frcm L duel on. « 
By the helf atj\ :f thxi ivorW oae may lrurv^iti ■Vhat 

which nwf is to tr.iucll, . 
t'tll he cc'ie to hts 

,jtij(xltx Cut us nulli SafLCiitia j^i cluj: ■■ 
J\.-ri. to Ic Soli hy Mathcn/-' Sim on s a t 
rh 2 (jAl en :'Li cn 'in D u c kc I a m.: , i iC j. - 

Jar. ah t'.Ti^ iiap.Qsrtn Iculj 




TITLE-PAGE OF "A DIRECTION FOR THE ENGLISH 
TRAVILLER. 1635." 



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1636. 

A REPRINT OF J. VAN LANGEREN'S MAP OF 1635. 

In A Direction for the English Traviller. . . . 
M. Simons. . . . 1636. 

1637. 

A REPRINT OF THE MAP OF 1607. 

In Britain, or a Chorographical Description . . . 
of England. . . . By W. Camden . . . Translated 
, . . BY Philemon Holland. . . . London, Printed 

BY F. K. R. Y. AND J. L. FOR ANDREW HeB. 1637, fol. 

Sir H. G. Fordham, in his Hertfordshire Maps, quotes an 
edition of this work with imprint, " London, Printed . . . 
for Joyce Norton and Richard Whitaker. 1637." 

The map is plain at the back, and is distinguishable by 
the plate number 12 in the bottom left-hand corner of the 
plate. 

1642. 

ANOTHER EDITION OF C, SAXTON'S MAP OF 1577. 

In The Maps of All The Shires in England and 
Wales, Exactly Taken and Truly Described by 
Christopher Saxton. And graven at the Charges of 
A Private Gentleman for the Publicke Good. Now 
NEWLY Revised, Amended, and Reprinted. Printed 
FOR William Web at the Globe in Cornhill. 1645, fol. 

The Royal Arms have been changed to those of Charles I, 
with the initials C. R. 

The date, 1577 in the body of the title is altered to 1642, 
but the original date remains in the bottom right-hand 
corner. 

1643. 

ANOTHER EDITION OF J. VAN LANGEREN'S MAP OF 1635. 

[ In A Direction for the English Traviller. . . . 
Are to be sold by Thomas Jenner at the South entrance 
OF the Exchange. 1643. 




THUMB-NAIL MAP OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 
FROM "A DIRECTION FOR THE ENGLISH TRAVILLER," 1635. 




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An enlarged edition of the "Thumb-nail" map of 1635. 
The corner of the plate containing the map has been 
hammered out, and the map re-engraved on twice the 
original scale, i.e. 10 miles=J inch. It now covers the 
whole space in the bottom right-hand angle of the plate. 
Towns in the adjoining counties are shown, and an additional 
line of figures added to the table of distances. The com- 
passes and scale are removed to the left-hand corner of the 
map. The detail obliterates the border line. 

Shows towns, hills, rivers and the county boundary. 

1646. 

ANOTHER EDITION OF P. KEER'S MAP OF 1599. 

In A Prospect of the Most Famous Parts of the 
World. London, Printed by M. F. for William Humble, 

AND ARE TO BE SOLD AT HIS SHOP IN POPES-HEAD PaLACE. 

1646, obl. i2mo. 

A coloured reprint of the 1627 edition of Keer's map. 
The text on the back is the sam.e. 

ANOTHER EDITION OF SPEED'S MAP OF 1610. 

In Theatrum Imperii Magn^ Britannia. . . . A 
Joanne Spedo Anglice, Conscriptum et a Philemone 
Hollando latinitate donatum. Amsterdami Apud 

JOHANNEM BlAEU, 1646. 

An unaltered impression of the Latin edition of 1616, 
The only copy of this known to me is in the Bodleian 
Library. It is somewhat doubtful if this atlas was actually 
issued by Blaeu. The title is printed on a piece of paper, 
and pasted in the space left for the title on the illuminated 
title-page of vol. 4 of Blaeu's atlas. 

GLOCESTRIA DUCATUS, MONUMETHENSI COMITATU. GLOCESTER 
SHIRE & MONMOUTH SHIRE. MILLIARIA ANGLICA. . . . 

10 [ = 3i inches]. 20 x 16 in. 

In loANNis Ianssonii Novus Atlas, sive Theatrum 
Orbis Terrarum. In quo Magna Britannia, seu 



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Anglic & Scotia, nec non Hiberni^, Regna Exhibentur, 
ToMus QuARTus. Amstelodami Apud Ioannem Ians- 
soNiuM. Anno do Iocxlvi (1646), fol. 

A clearly-engraved coloured map. Shows towns, 
villages, churches, hundreds, hills, forests, woods, parks,, 
rivers and bridges. 

Top left-hand corner an oblong cartouche, surrounded 
by cherubs and figures symbolising the industry of the 
county, containing the scale. Top right-hand corner, ten 
shields with the arms of the Dukes and Earls of Gloucester^ 
and below, a scroll of ribbon containing their names, held 
up by two cherubs. A blank shield is suspended from the 
one in the corner. 

Bottom right-hand corner, cartouche with title sur- 
mounted with the arms of Wales. On the left three cherubs, 
one endeavouring to lift a sheaf of corn. On the right, a 
figure holding a sheaf of corn in its right arm, and in its left 
arm a horn filled with fruit. 

The border is formed by three lines, with a double inner 
line. Between the border lines ; " Septentrio," " Oriens,'^ 
" Meridies," and " Occidens." 

The map occupies two pages of the atlas, and is numbered 
on the back 145 and 146, with text in Latin. The register 
on page 145 is Yy. 

Jan Jansson, contemporary and rival of Jan Blaeu, was 
bom at Arnheim c. 1596, and died at Amsterdam in 1664. 
He was admitted to the Printers' Guild in 161 8. 

In his early days Jansson was associated with Henry 
Hondius, son of Jodocus, in the completion of the Mercator- 
Hondius atlas, m.any of the maps bearing his name. Jansson 
married the daughter of Jodocus Hondius, and on the death 
of his brother-in-law Henry, about 1657, acquired entire 
control of the business. 

The earliest publications of Jansson known to me are : 
" Novus Tabularum Geographicarum Belgicse Liber . . . 
per A. Goos. Amstelodami, excudebat loannes lansonius. 
Anno 1619," 4to, and a small metal globe 4 J inches in 
diameter supported by the figure " Atlas," upon which is 



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mounted a map of the world, bearing the imprint,, 
" Amstelodami excudebat Joannes Janssonius, 1620." 

In 1633 Jansson, together with Henry Hondius, issued 
" L'Appendice de 1' Atlas de G. Mercator et J. Hondius," 
being the second volume of that atlas, and in 1642 appeared 
the third volume. In 1646 vol. 4 was issued, containing a 
description of England in Latin, by William Camden, 
accompanied by maps of the counties of England and Wales, 
compiled from those of Saxton and Speed. These works 
completed Jansson's first atlas in four volumes, dated 
1646-47. Subsequently enlarged editions were issued in- 
Dutch, French, German and Latin. 

A REPRINT OF JANSSON'S MAP OF 1646. 

In Le Nouvel Atlas ou Theatre du Monde, Auquel 

EST REPRESENTEE LA GrANDE BrETAGNE, CONTENANT LES 

RoYAUMES d'Angleterre, d'Escosse et dTrelande. 
Par Jean Jansson. Tome Quatrieme. 1646, fol. 

This title of the atlas is taken from Sir H. G. Fordham's 
Hertfordshire Maps, the British Museum copy having a Latin 
title and imprint dated 1647. The preface, however, is 
dated 1646. 

The map is an uncoloured reprint of the former issue. 
On the back it bears the pages 163 and 164, with French 
text. The register on page 163 is Eee. 

1647. 

A REPRINT OF JANSSON'S MAP OF 1645. 

In Novus Atlas, oder Welt-Beschreibung in welcher 

AUSSFtiHRLICH ABGEBILDET DIE KoNIGREICHE ENGLAND, 

Schotland, und Irland. Das funffte Theil. 
Amstelodami, Apud Ioannem Ianssonium. Anno 
cIoIocxLvii, fol. 

An unaltered impression of the 1646 issue, coloured. On 
tfie back it bears pages 191 and 192, with German text.. 
The register on page 191 is Lll. 



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1648. 

GLOCESTRIA DUCATUS; VULGO GLOCESTER SHIRE. MILLIAR. 
ANGLICA . . . 6 [ = 2i inches]. 19| x 16 in. 

In ViERDE Stuck der Aerdrycks-Beschryving, welck 
VERVAT Englandt. Amsterdami, Apud Ioannem Blaeu. 

CloIoCXLVIII, fol. 

Volume I of this atlas bears the title : " Toonneel des 
Aerdriicx ofte Nieuwe Atlas, Dat is Beschryving van alle 
Landen ; nu nieulycx uytgegeven Door Wilhelm : en Ioannem 
Blaeu. Am^sterdami, Apud lohannem Guiljelmi F. Blaeu." 
1649. 

The preface of vol. 4 is dated 1647. 

A beautifully engraved, coloured map. Shows towns, 
villages, churches, hundreds, hills, parks, forests, woods, 
rivers and bridges. 

Top left-hand corner, ten shields bearing the arms of the 
Dukes and Earls of Gloucester, and two blank shields. To 
the right, near the middle, the Royal Arms. Top right-hand 
corner, the arms of Wales., Bottom right-hand corner, a 
piece of drapery held up by two figures, bearing the title ; 
on a plinth below, the scale of six miles. Standing behind the 
title a third figure, and around a number of sheep. 

The border is formed by three lines, with an inner double 
line. Inside the border lines : " Septentrio," " Oriens," 
" Meridies," and " Occidens." 

On the back are pages 157 and 158, with Dutch text. 
The register on page 157 is Bbb. 

A REPRINT OF BLAEU'S MAP OF 1648. 

In GuiL. ET Ioannis Blaeu Theatrum Orbis Terrarum, 
sive Atlas Novus. Pars Quarta. Amsterdam:, Apud 
loHANNEM Blaeu. cIoIocxlviii, fol. 

An uncoloured impression of Blaeu's map without 
alteration. 

This is from an edition of Blaeu's atlas without text. All 
the maps are plain at the back. 



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A REPRINT OF BLAEU'S MAP OF 1648. 

In Le Theatre du Monde ou Nouvel Atlas contenant 
Les Chartes et Descriptions de tous les Pais de la 
terre Mis en lumiere, Par Guillaume et Jean Blaeu. 
1638, fol. 

An unaltered impression of the map, with French text 
■on the back. 

Vol. 4 of the atlas, which is dated 1648, with an address 
to the reader dated 1645, contains the maps of Great Britain. 

Sir H. G. Fordham, in his Hertfordshire Maps, refers to an 
edition of this atlas in the Inner Temple Library. 

William Blaeu, surveyor, globe-maker, and publisher, 
was born at Alkmaar, in 1571, and died at Amsterdam 21st 
October, 1638. 

In 1599 he was employed in making globes. In 1628 he 
surveyed the entire coast between the Texel and the Meuse. 

Sometime prior to 1606 Blaeu established the famous 
printing and publishing business at Amsterdam, from which 
was issued the finest series of atlases ever produced, beginning 
with a maritime atlas in 1608, and culminating in 1662 with 
that splendid work the Atlas Major, in 11 vols. The business 
was carried on under the name of Guilielmus Janssonius, with 
the result that he was confounded with his rival Johann 
Janssonius, another famous publisher in the same city. 

Among the early pubhcations of William Blaeu was a 
pair of small globes, inches in diameter, issued in 1606. 
Then followed the maritime atlas : Het Licht der 
Zeevaert . . . door Willem Jans Zoon. tot Amsterdam, 
1608," 4to. This was re-issued with title and text in 
English in 1612. In 1630 appeared his first terrestrial 
atlas : " Atlantis Appendix, sive pars altera, continens tab. 
geographicas diversarum Orbis regionum, nunc primum 
editas. Amsterdam. Apud Guiljelmum Blaeuw, anno 1630," 
fol. A second edition of this work was published in the 
following year under a new title : " Theatri A. Ortelii et 
Atlantis G. Mercatoris . . . Amsterdam. Apud Guiljel- 
mum Blaeuw, Anno 1631." The copy of the first edition in 
the British Museum is believed to be unique. F. Muller and 



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Co., of Amsterdam, had, however, a similar copy, with some 
variations, which is also unique. > i 

Johann Blaeu, son of William Blaeu, was born ^ at 
Amsterdam 23rd September, 1596, and died there 28th 
December, 1673. He studied law while continuing the 
business of his father. After travelling in Italy, he returned 
to Amsterdam, and on the death of his father in 1638 
succeeded to his business. He soon made a great reputation, 
and is thought to have taken precedence of the rival establish- 
ment of Johann Janssonius. His first publication was the 
first and second volumes of his father's atlas : Theatrum 
Orhis Terr arum, sive Atlas Novus . . . Amstelodami.. 
Apud Guilielmum Blaeu, 1638, fol. In conjunction with his 
brother Cornelius, whom he had taken into partnership in 
1640, he brought out the third volume of the atlas, the 
remainder of the work being issued after the death of 
Cornelius in 1642. A French edition of the volumes already 
issued was published in 1640-43, and a German edition in 
1641-42. 

In 1648 vol. 4, containing the counties of England and 
Wales, was issued. 

Blaeu's most finished and complete work was published 
in 1662 with Latin text, under the title of Atlas Major, sive 
Cosmographia Blaviana, Qua Solum, Salum, Coelum, Accura- 
tissime Descrihuntur. It consists of eleven large folio 
volumes, each of which has its own distinctive title-page, in 
addition to the general title, and dated 1662 throughout. 
In 1664-65 a French edition, in 12 vols., was published, and 
re-issued in 1667, all the volumes being so dated. A Spanish 
edition was prepared and issued in 10 volumes in 1672. 
Vol. II, containing America, 'was never published in this 
edition. The maps, or most of them, are those of the French 
edition of 1667, and still have the French text at the back, 
with the Spanish text pasted over it. This is accounted for 
by the fact of the plates having been destroyed in the fire 
which took place in Blaeu's establishment February 22nd, 
1672, at the time this edition was in preparation. This last 
edition is now extremely rare. 

About 1647 Blaeu published a pair of globes, each 



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24 inches in diameter. These are now extremely rare. 
There is a pair at Trinity House, London, and a copy in 
•eighteen segments to each globe in the British Museum. 

Under the heading " Globes," in the ninth edition of the 
Encyclopcsdia Britannica, it says : " We learn that a pair of 
fine globes by Blaeu is preserved in the Bibliotheque de 
Bourges." Probably these are the same as those in Trinity 
House. 

Blaeu had an extensive foreign business, and in 1663 is 
known to have possessed a second establishment in Vienna. 
On the night of February 22nd, 1672, his printing house at 
Amsterdam was destroyed by fire, and with it perished the 
greater part of his publications, and nearly all the plates 
belonging to his geographical works. Those plates which 
were saved passed into the hands of Frederick de Wit, who 
engraved his name upon them and issued them as his own. 
De Wit's business eventually came into the possession of 
Covens and Mortier, when the inscriptions were again 
altered to Covens and Mortier. 

1649. 

A REPRINT OF JANSSON'S MAP OF 1646. 

In Novus Atlas Das ist Welt-Beschreibung mit 

SCHONEN NEUEN GeOGRAPHISCHEN FiGUREN, InHALTENDE 

Gross-Britannien und Ireland K. Vierter Theil. 
Amstelodami, Apud Ioannem Iansson-ium Anno 1649, fol. 

On the back of the map the pagination, text and register 
are the same as the German edition of 1647. 

1650. 

ANOTHER EDITION OF SPEED'S MAP OF 1610. 

In The Theatre of the Empire of Great Britain 
... BY loHN Speed. Imprinted at London Anno 
. . . 1650. Are to be sold by Roger Rea the Elder 
AND Younger at the Golden Crosse in Cornhill agat. 
YE Exchange. Fol. 

A reprint of Speed's map, with the imprint corrected 
to : " Performed by John Speed and are to be sold by Roger 



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Rea ye Elder and Younger at the Golden Crosse in Cornhill 
agt. ye Exchange." The map still bears the date of 1610. 

The text on the back, page 47, is reset. The initial letter 
G is without the figure in the centre, and the decoration is 
not so elaborate. The ornamental head-line is composed of 
a double line of fieur-de-lis. On page 48 the list of Hundreds 
is re-arranged. The first column now ends with " Barkly." 

The date of the title-page of this atlas is altered to 1650, 
but the date on some of the maps is corrected to 1662. The 
title-pages of books 2, 3 and 4 are also dated 1662. 

A REPRINT OF THE 1643 EDITION OF J. VAN LANGEREN'S MAP OF 
1635. 

In A Direction for the English Traviller By which 

FIE ShAL be INABLED TO COAST ABOUT ALL ENGLAND AND 

Wales. . . . Printed and are to be sold By John 
Garrett at the south Entrance of ye Royall Exchange 
in Corn-hill where you may have a most exact Mapp 
OF England with the small townes described in six 
large Sheets also all other large Mapps of ye World 
OR any other part thereof. 

Where is also sold a Book of ye names of all 
Parishes Market Towns, Villages, Hamlets, & 
Smallest Places in England Alphabetically sett 
down, as tfiey bee in every shire. [1650.] i6mo. 

1652. 

A REPRINT OF JANSSON'S MAP OF 1646. 

In NouvEL Atlas, ou Theatre du Monde, Comprenant 
Les Tables et Descriptions de toutes les Regions du 
Monde Universel. . . . 1656, fol. 

Vol. 4, which contains the maps of England, has a Latin 
title dated 1652. The maps are without text. A copy of 
the atlas is in the University Library, Cambridge. 

ANOTHER EDITION OF JANSSON'S MAP OF 1646. 

In Novus Atlas. . . . Amsterdam, 1652, fol. 
With Dutch text. This edition is mentioned by Sir H. G. 
Fordham in his Hertfordshire Maps. 




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THUMB-NAIL MAP OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 
FROM "A DIRECTION FOR THE ENGLISH TRAVILLER, " 1650. 



Maps of Gloucestershire. 



1657. 

ANOTHER EDITION OF SPEED'S MAP OF 1610. 

In The Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine. 
. . . By John Speed. London,- 1657, ^^1- 

A page of a bookseller's catalogue, in the Douce Collection, 
in the Bodleian Library, gives the English editions of Speed's 
Atlas as 1611, 1614, 1627, and 1657, but I do not know of the 
existence of an edition of 'the latter date. 

A REPRINT OF J. VAN LANGEREN'S MAP OF 1643. 

In A Book of the Names of all Parishes, Market 
Towns, Villages, Hamlets, and smallest Places in 
England and Wales. Alphabetically set down, as 
they be in every Shire. ... A Work very 
necessary For Traveilers, Quartermasters, Gatherers 
of Breefs, Strangers, Carriers, and Messengers with 
Letters. . . . London : Printed by M. S : for 
Tho : Jenner, at the South-entrance of the Royall 
Exchange. 1657, 8vo. 

The same plate as the 1643 edition, printed on the upper 
part of an octavo page, with three columns of names below. 
At the top Glocester-shire " and page "59." On the back, 
the continuation of the three columns of names. At top, 
" Glocester-shire " and page " 60." 

1659. 

A REPRINT OF JANSSON'S MAP OF 1646. 

In loANNis Ianssonii Novus Atlas sive Theatrum 
Orbis Terrarum. . . . ToMus Quartus. Amstelo- 
DAMi, Apud Ioannem Ianssonium. Anno cIdIoclix, 
fol. 

An uncoloured impression of the 1646 issue. On the back 
is Latin text, and pages 145 and 146. The register on page 
145 is Yy. 



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1662. 

A REPRINT OF BLAEU'S MAP OF 1648. 

In Geographic Blavianc, volumen quintum quo 
Anglia, qvje est Europe liber undecimus, continetur. 

AMSTELiEDAMI, LaBORE & SUMPTIBUS lOANNIS BlAEU, 

MDCLXII, fo]. 

An unaltered impression of the 1648 issue, with Latin 
text on the back, and pagination* 167 and 168. The register 
on page 167 is Fff. 

A REPRINT OF J. VAN LANGEREN'S MAP OF 1643. 

In A Book of the Names of all Parishes ... In 
England and Wales. . . . London : Printed by 
M. S. FOR Tho: Jenner . . . 1662, 8vo. 

A REPRINT OF BLAEU'S MAP OF 1648. 

In Description Generate d'Angleterre. Amstelo- 
DAMi. Apud Iohannem Blaeu, cIoIdclxii, fol. 

Sir H. G. Fordham, in his Hertfordshire Maps, says there 
is a French edition of the volume containing the Enghsh 
counties in the Bibhotheque Nationale, Paris. 

1663. 

A FURTHER REPRINT OF BLAEU'S MAP OF 1648. 

In Geographie Blaviane. . . . Amsterdam, chez 
Jean Blaeu, M.DC.LXIII, fol. 

An unaltered impression with French text on the back. 
This is quoted by Sir H. G. Fordham in his Hertfordshire 
M aps. 

In the King's Library, British Museum, is a reprint of 
Blaeu's Map of Gloucestershire, with French text on the back, 
and pagination 171, 172. The register on page 171 is Fee. 
This is possibly from the 1662 or 1663 edition mentioned 
by Sir H. G. Fordham. 



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1664. 

A REPRINT OF BLAEU'S MAP OF 1648. 

In J. Blaeu's Grooten Atlas ofte Werelt- 
Beschryving . . . Uytgegeven t'Amsterdam, Bij 
Joan Blaeu, M.DC.LXIIII, fol. 

Vol. 4 has the original title of 1648, and still bears that 
date. 

An unaltered impression of the map, with Dutch text 
on the back, and pagination 157 and 158. The register on 
page 157 is Bbb. 

1666. 

ANOTHER EDITION OF SPEED'S MAP OF 1610. 

In [A Collection of Maps of the English Counties.] 

Issued probably about 1666. There is no text on the 
back, and the imprint is altered to : " Are to be sold by 
Thomas Bassett in Fleetstreet, and Richard Chiswell in 
St. Paul's Churchyard." It still bears the date of 1610. 
On the scroll below the title " by I. S." is added. 

AN UNCOLOURED REPRINT OF P. KEER'S MAP OF 1620. 

In England, Wales, Scotland and Ireland Described 
. . . By John Speed. Anno . . . 1666, obi. 8vo. 

1667. 

A REPRINT OF BLAEU'S MAP OF 1648. 

In CiNQUIEME VOLUME DE LA GeOGRAPHIE BlAVIANE 
CONTENANT L' AnGLETERRE. ... A AMSTERDAM, CHEZ 

Jean Blaeu, M.DC.LXVII, fol. 

A coloured impression of the 1648 issue, with French text 
on the back, and pagination 143 and 144. The register on 
page 143 is Aaa. This is probably a reprint of the French 
edition of 1663. 

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1668. 

A REPRINT OF J. VAN LANGEREN'S MAP OF 1643. 

In A Book of the Names of all Parishes ... In 
England and Wales. . . . London, Printed by M. S, 
for Tho: Jenner. . . . 1668, 8vo. 

With the exception of the pagination, which is 65 on the 
recto and 60 on the verso, it is precisely the same as the 
1662 edition. 

1671. 

GLOCESTER. A SCALE OF MILES, 7 [3= If inches]. LONDON 
PRINTED FOR RIC. BLOME. 1671. 7| x 9f in. 

In England Exactly Described Or a Guide to 
Travellers In a Compleat Sett of Maps of all the 
County's [sic] of England ; being a Map for each County 

WHERE EVERY ToWN AND VILLAGE IN EACH COUNTY IS 

Perticulerly [sic] Expressed with the names and 
Limits of every Hundred Etc. Very usefull for all 
Gentlemen and Travellers being made fitt for the 
PocKETT ; Printed Coloured and Sold by Tho. Taylor 
AT ye Golden Lyon in Fleet-street, where are sold 

ALL SORTS OF MaPPS AND FINE FRENCH DUTCH AND ITALIAN 

Prints. 

One of a set of forty-one county maps, engraved by W. 
Hollar and R. Palmer for R. Blome (1667-71), and, accord- 
ing to Sir H. G. Fordham, published in the above work in 
1671. 

For description see the second edition in Speed's Maps 
Epitomiz'd. . . . London, 1681. 

1672. 

A REPRINT OF BLAEU'S MAP OF 1648. 

In NuEvo Atlas del Regno de Inglaterra. En 
Amsterdam, En la Officina Blaviana. [1672], fol. 

Vol. 5 of the Spanish edition of Blaeu's atlas, with the 
title-page of the 1662 edition still bearing the Latin imprint 
and date 1662. 



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This impression of the map is that of the French edition 
of 1667, still having the French text on the back, with the 
Spanish text pasted over it. The pagination is 179 and 180. 
The register on page 179 is Kkk. 

1396953 

1673. 

A MAPP OF GLOCESTERSHIRE. A SCALE OF 7 MILES [ = 2| inches]. 
10| X 12i in. 

In Britannia : or, A Geographical Description of 
THE Kingdoms of England, Scotland, and Ireland, 
WITH the Isles and Territories thereto belonging. 
And for the better perfecting of the said work, there 
IS added an Alphabetical Table of the Names, Titles, 
AND Seats of the Nobility and Gentry that each 
County of England and Wales is, or lately was, 
enobled with. Illustrated with a map of each County" 
OF England, besides several General Ones, The like 
never before Published. London, Printed by Tho. 

ROYCROFT FOR THE UNDERTAKER, RiCHARD BlOME. 

M.DC.LXXIII, fol. 

A poorly-drawn and sketchy map, probably copied from. 
Speed's map of 1610. 

Shows towns, villages, parks, forests, hills, hundreds 
(with reference numbers), rivers and bridges. 

Top left-hand corner, a list of the " Hundreds in 
Glocester," enclosed by a double line. A little to the rights 
a cartouche containing the title. Bottom right-hand corner, 
a cartouche with the arms of the Earl of Berkley and 
dedication : " To ye Rt. Honble. George Ld. Berkley 
Baron Berkley, of Berkley Castle &c. This Mapp is humbly 
dedicated by Ric. Blome." 

The border is formed by a single line. The back is 
plain. 

Richard Blome, a publisher and compiler of some celebrity, 
aided by subscriptions, issued many splendid works. 
Originally he was a ruler of paper, and afterwards a heraldic 
painter. His Britannia is described by Bishop Nicholson 
as " a most entire piece of theft out of Camden and Speed.'' 



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And Gough, in his Anecdotes of British Topography, p. 24, 
calls it " a most notorious piece of plagiarism." 
Blome died in 1707. 

1675. 

[MAP OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE.] 

A complete pack of 52 Playing Cards of the time of 
Charles 11. A small space in the centre of each card is 
occupied by a map of one of the Counties of England or 
Wales, the value of each being indicated by a suit-mark and 
Roman numeral engraved upon the map, the Court cards 
having portraits of Charles II, Catherine of Braganza, etc., 
to the right of the map. The remaining space filled with 
the name of County, geographical, agricultural, antiquarian, 
and other interesting particulars, by Mercator, a known 
Geographer, Chronologer, and Histriographer,' the whole 
being engraved within border lines, fine state. 12 guineas." 

The above is taken from " Caxton Head Catalogue of 
Choice Books . . . offered for sale by James Tregaskis 
. . . 232, High Holborn. London, W.C." No. 724. 
May 13th, 1912. 

An imperfect set of the above, in eight cards, is in the 
British Museum, Gloucestershire being one of the cards 
wanting. 

1676. 

A REPRINT OF SPEED'S MAP OF 1610, AS CORRECTED IN 1666. 

In The Theatre of the Empire of. Great Britaine. 
Presenting an Exact Geography of the Kingdomes of 
England Scotland and Ireland, and the Isles adjoyn- 
ing With the Shires Hundreds Citys and Shyre 
towns ... by Iohn Speed. With many Additions 

NEVER before ExTANT. LoNDON PRINTED FOR ThOMAS 

Bassett and Richard Chiswell. 1676, fol. 

An impression of Bassett and Chiswell's edition of Speed's 
map still bearing the original date 1610. 

The pagination and the register on the back is the same 
as the 1627 edition, but the text is reset and the ornamental 



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headline omitted. The initial letter " G," which is rather 
small, is encircled with a foliated design. 

A REPRINT OF P. KEER'S MAP OF 1599, AS CORRECTED IN 1620. 

In An Epitome of Mr. John Speed's Theatre of the 
Empire of Great Britain. And of His Prospect of the 
Most Famous Parts of the World. London, Printed 
FOR Thomas Basset at the George in Fleet-street, 

AND RiC. ChISWEL at THE RoSE AND CROWN IN St. PaUL'S 

Church-yard. 1676^ obi. lamo. 

The text on the back is reset, the first line ends in 
" Warwick " instead of " shires " as in the 1666 edition. 

GLOCESTER SH. MILES, 10 [ = ^ inch]. 2^ X 3| in. 

One of a pack of playing cards, showing the towns, roads, 
and rivers. 

The card is divided into three divisions by double lines. 
In the upper part is the title, and in the left-hand corner the 
suit-mark or pip " (a diamond painted by hand) : on the right 
hand, a medallion portrait of a man. The middle is occupied 
by the map. Top left-hand corner, a circular compass 
indicator. Bottom right-hand corner, a pair of open 
compasses, standing upon the scale of ten miles. The 
bottom division contains the length, breadth, and circum- 
ference of the county, the distance from London and 
latitude of the City of Gloucester. The whole is enclosed 
by a double line. 

1677. 

A REPRINT OF J. VAN LANGEREN'S MAP OF 1668. 

In A Book of the Names of all Parishes ... in 
England and Wales . . . London, Printed by S. S. 
FOR John Garret, at his Shop as you go up the Stairs of 
THE Royal Exchange in Cornhill ; Where is also sold 

ALL SORTS OF LARGE AND SMALL MAPS OF THE WORLD, OR 
ANY PARTICULAR PART THEREOF, WITH VARIETY OF PrOSPECT 

Cities. 1677, 8vo. 

Precisely the same as the 1668 edition, including the 
error in pagination. 



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1680. 

A COLOURED REPRINT OF SPEED'S MAP OF 1610, AS CORRECTED 
IN 1666. 

In A Collection of the County Mapps of the King- 
dome OF England and Principality of Wales. By 
John Seller, [London, 1680], fol. 

Precisely the same as the 1666 edition, still bearing the 
date of 1610. 

John Seller, Hydro grapher to Charles II, was a publisher 
and compiler of maps and charts. For many years he lived 
at the Hermitage, Wapping, and also had a shop in Exchange 
Alley, Cornhill. 

His principal publications consisted of maritime atlases 
and charts. In 1671 he published The English Pilot, and in 
1675 The Atlas Maritimus. The charts in these works were 
taken mainly from Dutch publications, and some were 
actually printed from the original plates, with the Dutch 
title imperfectly erased, and an English title, with Seller's 
name, substituted. On March i6th, 1671, privilege was 
granted by the King for the protection of Seller's atlases and 
charts for thirty years. 

1680. 

ANOTHER EDITION OF THE MAP OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE ISSUED 
AS ONE OF A SET OF PLAYING CARDS, 1676. 

A second issue of the set of playing cards, with additions. 
Top left-hand corner of the map is added : Pt of Here.," 
Pt of Wor.," P. of Monm." At the bottom : " Pt. of 
Somer.," Pt. of Wilt." The boundaries between Hereford 
and Worcester, Hereford and Monmouth, and Somerset and 
Wilts, are also added. 

ANOTHER COPY OF THE ABOVE PLAYING CARD OF 1680. 

In A Pocket Book of all the Counties of England 
and Wales : Wherein are describ'd, the Chief Cities, 
Market-Towns and others ; With the Rivers and Roads 
FROM London. To which is added, a Compass, shev/ing 
the Bearing, and a Scale for the distance of Places. 



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There is also given the Length, Breadth, and Circum- 
ference OF EACH County : The Latitude of each City 
OR Town, and its Distance from London. Being a 
necessary and plain direction for travelling to any 
Place or Town in all England or Wales. Sold by 
Robert Morden at the Atlas in Cornhil, and Joseph 
Park, Stationer, at the three Ink-bottles in Castle- 
ally, UNDER the west-end OF THE ROYAL EXCHANGE. 

[London, 1680], 8vo. 

This copy is very badly " cropped," cutting into the 
medalHon portrait and through the border Hues at the 
bottom. 

1681. 

A REPRINT OF R. BLOME'S MAP OF 1671. 

In Speed's Maps Epitomiz'd : or the Maps of the 
Counties of England, Alphabetically placed. London, 
Printed Ann. Dom. 1681, 8vo. 

A rather sketchy map, showing towns, villages, hills, 
hundreds with names indicated by numbers, and rivers. 

Top left-hand corner, enclosed by a single line, a list of 
" Hundreds in the County of Glocester." Adjoining, on the 
right, enclosed by a double line, the Arms of George Earl of 
Berkley, and dedication, " To the Rt. Honourable George 
Earle of Berkeley Viscount Daresly . . . and Baron of 
Berkeley Castle, &c." This Mapp is D D by R. B. Bottom 
right-hand corner, the scale and imprint with date 1671. 

The border is formed by a single line. The back is plain. 

1683. 

ANOTHER EDITION OF JANSSON'S MAP OF 1646. 

A reprint of Jansson's map, with the imprint : " Amstelae- 
dami Penes G. Valk et P. Schenk." Plain at the back. 

Strutt, in his Biographical Dictionary of Engravers, 
London, 1785, vol. 2, p. 373, under the heading Gerard Valk, 
says : He worked some time for David Loggan ; and also 
assisted Peter Schenk in pubhshing the large Dutch Atlas, 



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in two volumes folio, 1683." I have not seen a copy of this 
atlas, but there are in the British Museum separate copies 
of Jansson's maps of most of the English counties, with the 
imprint of Schenk and Valk. These appear to be earlier 
impressions than those in Atlas Anglois, 1724, and are, 
probably, from the above-mentioned atlas of 1683. 

1690. 

GLOCESTER-SHIRE. DESCRIBED BY C. S. CORRECTED AND 
AMENDED WITH MANY ADDITIONS BY P. LEA. 19i x ISJ in. 

In The Shires of England and Wales Described by 
Christopher Saxton Being the Best and Original 
Mapps With many Additions and Corrections by Philip 
Lea. [London, 1690], fol. 

A reprint of Saxton's map of 1577, with considerable 
corrections and additions by P. Lea. 

Important additions to the map are names and divisions 
of the hundreds, and the principal roads, which, except for 
Morden's very small map of 1680, constitutes this the first 
map of the county showing the roads. 

Top left-hand corner, the Royal Arms as in the 1645 
issue, but on the right and left references to the city of 
Bristol are added. Below, a plan of BrestoU," v/ith its 
arms, takes the place of the original cartouche, and title. 
Still lower, the arms of Thomas Seckford are superseded 
by a small cartouche with the new title. 

Top right-hand corner, the compasses and scale are 
re-engraved, without ornamentation. Bottom right-hand 
comer, enclosed by a double line, a plan of " Glocester " 
with its arms. Below, four columns of references = On the 
left, eleven coats af arms of the " Earls and Dukes of 
Glocester." At the top, the names of towns and villages in 
Warwickshire and Worcestershire are added. On the right- 
hand side, the names of towns and villages in Berkshire and 
Oxfordshire are given. 

The border is the same as the 1645 edition. It is plain 
at the back. * 



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Philip Lea was a bookseller and publisher from about 
1680-1700, at the Atlas and Hercules in the Poultry, and at 
Westminster Hall. Pie issued a large number of maps, 
mostly copies or reprints. On some of his maps he calls 
himself " Globe maker at the Atlas and Hercules in Cheap- 
side." In 1703 his widow pubhshed A New Map of the 
French Lines in the Province of Brabant. 

1695. 

GLOCESTER SHIRE. BY ROBT. MORDEN. A SCALE OF MILES, 
10 [ = St^ inches]. SOLD BY ABEL SWALE, AWNSHAM & JOHN 
CHURCHILL. 16| X IZi in. 

In Camden's Britannia, Newly Translated into 
English : with large Additions and Improvements. 
Publish'd by Edmund Gibson, of Queens-College in 
Oxford. . . . London, Printed by F. Collins, for 
A. Swale, at the Unicorn at the West-end of St. Paul's 
Church-yard, and A. & J. Churchill, at the Black Swan 
IN Pater-noster-Row, 1695, fol. 

A delicately and thinly covered map. Shows towns, 
villages, churches, forests, hills, hundreds, parks, principal 
roads, rivers and bridges. 

Top left-hand corner, cartouche with title. Bottom 
right-hand corner, the imprint, and just above, the scales of 
great, middle, and small miles. The design runs into the 
border at the bottom. 

The border is formed by a fine line with a double inner 
line marked off into degrees and minutes of latitude and 
longitude. Between the border lines : " North," East," 
South," " West." In the top border minutes of time 
are shown by Roman numerals VI-XI. The back is 
plain. 

Gibson, in his preface, states that ''The maps are all 
newly engrav'd, either according to Surveys never before 
publish'd, or according to such as have been made and 
printed since Saxton and Speed. Where actual Surveys 
could be had, they were purchas'd at any rate; andjfor the 



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rest, one of the best Copies extant was sent to some of the 
most knowing Gentlemen in each County, with a request to 
supply the defects, rectifie the positions, and correct the false 
spelhngs. And that nothing might be wanting to render 
them as complete and accurate as might be, this whole 
business was committed to Mr. Robert Morden, a person of 
known abilities in these matters, who took care to revise 
them, to see the slips of the Engraver mended, and the 
corrections, return'd out of the several Counties, duly 
inserted. Upon the whole, we need not scruple to affirm, 
that they are by much the fairest and most correct of any 
that have yet appear 'd." 

Robert Morden, geographer, began business in London 
as a map and globe-maker in 1668. In 1688 he was in 
partnership with Thomas Cockerill, at the Atlas in Cornhill. 
He published a considerable number of maps and geographical 
works, including Geography Rectified, 1688 ; maps in 
Geography Anatomized, or, a complete Geographical Grammar, 
1693 ; and The New Description and State of England, 
etc. Morden died in St. Christopher-le-Stocks, London, 
1703- 

GLOCESTER SHIRE. ENGLISH MILES, 10 [ = 1 inch]. 5il X 4| in. 

In Anglia Contracta, or A Description of the 
Kingdom of England & Principality of Wales, in 
Several new Mapps of all the Countyes [sic] therein 
Contained By John Seller Hydrographer to The 
King. [London, 1695], 8vo. 

A small, clearly-engraved, coloured map, showing towns, 
principal villages, hills, rivers and bridges. 

Top left-hand corner, the title enclosed in a floral design. 
Bottom right-hand corner, enclosed by a double line, the 
scale of ten miles. 

The border is formed by a fine line with a double inner 
line. Between the border lines, North," East," South," 
West." The back is plain. The map is accompanied 
by a sheet containing a list of the hundreds and market 
iowns. 



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1701. 

OLOCESTER SHIRE. BY ROBT. MORDEN. A SCALE OF MILES, 
10 [ = li inches]. 8 x 6^ in. 

In The New Description and State of England 
. . . BY Mr. Robert Morden. . . . London : 
Printed for S. and J. Sprint, J. Nicholson, and S. 
Burroughs . . . [1701], 8vo. 

Sir H. G. Fordham, in his Hertfordshire Maps, says that 
the first edition of Morden's " New Description ... of 
England" was probably published 1701. 

For description see the second edition, 1704. 

AN UNCOLOURED REPRINT OF SELLER'S MAP OF 1695. 

In Camden's Britannia Abridg'd ; with Improvements 
AND Continuations to this present Time . . . Tpie 
whole Carefully Perform'd, and Illustrated with 
ABOVE Sixty Maps Exactly Engraven. . . . London, 
Printed by J. B. for Joseppi Wild, at the Elephant at 
Charing-Cross. 1701, 8vo. 

In the preface it is stated that " The Maps are taken from 
the Plates of the late ingenious Mr. Seller, Hydrographer to 
King Charles II, King James II, and His present Majesty. 
What his Skill and Abilities were in those Matters, is very 
well known to the present age. King Charles and King 
James II chose him to Survey the several Counties, being 
perfectly assured of his Fitness for such a Province, and his 
Integrity to perform it, after which Survey, these Plates 
were done by him with the greatest Care and Exactness." 

1703. 

ANOTHER REPRINT, UNCOLOURED, OF SELLER'S MAP OF 1695. 

In The History of England . . . With the Maps 

OF ALL THE COUNTIES AND ISLANDS BELONGING TO ENGLAND, 
BEING IN ALL ABOUT SEVENTY COPPER CUTTS . . . By 

John Seller Hydrographer to His Majesty. The 
Third EDITION. London: Printed for J. Marshall, 
at the Bible in Grace-Church-street, 1703, 8vo. 



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1704. 

GLOCESTER SHIRE. BY ROBT. MORDEN. I.H.SC. A SCALE OF 
MILES, 10 [ = 11 inches]. 8 x 6i in. 

In The New Description and State of England, 
Containing the Maps of the Counties of England and 
Wales, In Fifty-three Copper-Plates, Newly Design'd 
BY Mr. Robert Morden, Exactly Drawn and Engraven 
BY THE Best Artists . . . The Second Edition 
. . . London : Printed for S. and J. Sprint, J. 
Nicholson, and S. Borroughs in Little Britain ; A. 
Bell, and R. Smith in Cornhill, 1704, 8vo. 

The first edition is assumed to have been published 
about 1700. 

A smah map very much hke Morden's large map of 
1695, drawn on the same plan, and showing the same details. 

Shows towns, villages, hundreds (with names indicated 
by letters), forests, principal roads, rivers and bridges. Top 
left-hand corner, cartouche with title. Below, the scale 
given in three forms : Great, middle and small. Bottom 
right-hand corner, in two columns, enclosed by a double 
line: "A Table of the Hundreds," etc. Bottom left-hand 
corner, 1. H. sc." 

The border is formed by a fine line with an inner double 
line marked off into degrees and minutes of latitude and 
longitude. In the top border: ''Minutes of time from 
London " shown by Roman numerals VI-XII. Bottom 
border: " Degrees West from London." 

Plain at the back. 

1708. 

A COLOURED REPRINT OF MORDEN'S MAP OF 1701, AS RE-ISSUED 
IN 1704. 

In Fifty Six New and Acurate Maps of Great Britain, 
Ireland and Wales . . . Begun by Mr. Morden : 
Perfected, Corrected and Enlarg'd by Mr. Moll . . . 
London: Printed for John Nicholson at the King's- 
Arms, and John Sprint at the Bell in Little-Britain ; 
Andrew Bell at the Cross-Keys and Bible in Cornhill, 



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Ralph Smith under the Piazza of the Royal-Exchange. 
1708, ohl. 8vo. 

A new road is added from the north-east corner of the 
map, near Luddington, by way of Campden and Burford, 
to Letchlade. The roads are carried across the county 
boundary, and their destination indicated. In the bottom 
left-hand corner, a small compass indicator is added. At the 
top, towns and villages of Worcestershire are added, and 
the roads and river continued to Worcester. 

1710. 

A COLOURED REPRINT OF JANSSON'S MAP OF 1646. 

In Atlas Major ... Ex collectione Caroli 
Allard . . . Amstelodami, Prostat apud Carolum 
Allard, Cum Privilegio Ordinum PIollandie & West- 
PRisi^. [1710], fol. 

The back is plain. 

1712. 

GLOCESTERSHIRE. A.D. 1712. 10 MILES OF GREAT BRITAIN 
[ = 2f inches]. 15| x 13| in. 

In The Ancient and Present State of Glostershire. 
By Sir Robert Atkyns. London : Printed by W. 
Bowyer for Robert Gosling at the Mitre, near the 
Inner-Temple Gate, in Fleetstreet. 1712, fol. 

A clearly-engraved map, somewhat like R. Morden's 
map of 1695. 

Shows towns, villages, churches, hills, hundreds, forests, 
parks, the road from Marsfield to Bristol, rivers and bridges. 

Top left-hand corner, in an ornamental cartouche, the 
title. Bottom right-hand corner, the scale. Above, an 
indicator of the points of the compass. 

The border is formed by a single line with a double inner 
line marked off into degrees of latitude and longitude. In 
the top border minutes of time are indicated by Roman 
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GLOCESTER SHIRE AND MONMOUTH SHIRE WITH THE POST AND 
CROSS ROADS, AND OTHER REMARKS ACCORDING TO THE LATEST 
AND BEST OBSERVATIONS, 1712. A SCALE OF TEN MILES, 
[ = 3 inches]. SUTTON NICHOLLS SCULP. PRINTED & SOLD BY 
HENRY OVERTON AT THE WHITE HORSE WITHOUT NEWGATE 
LONDON. 191 X 15| in. 

A very close copy of Jansson's map of 1646. The 
general outline of the map is the same ; the cartouche, 
title, and eleven shields with arms, appear to be identical 
with Jansson's map. But on close examination it will be 
found to be a new plate. 

Shows towns, villages, forests, hills, hundreds, parks, 
main and cross roads, rivers and bridges. The number of 
members returned to Parliament is shown by asterisks. 

Top left-hand corner, enclosed in two panels, notes on 
Gloucestershire and Monmouthshire. Below, four lines of 
references. Top right-hand corner, ten shields with arms 
and a blank one. Bottom right-hand corner, cartouche 
with title, scale, and imprint. The border is formed by 
three lines with a double inner line, marked off into degrees 
and minutes of latitude and longitude. Between the border 
lines : North," " East," " South," " West." Bottom 
right-hand corner, the engraver's name. The back is 
plain. 

1713. 

ANOTHER EDITION OF SPEED'S MAP OF 1610, AS RE-ISSUED BY 
BASSETT AND CHISWELL IN 1676. 

In England Fully Described in a Compleat Sett of 
Maps of ye County's of England and Wales, with their 
Islands, Containing in all 58 Mapps. Printed and Sold 
by Henry Overton at ye White Horse without Newgate 
London. [1713], fol. 

Sir H. G. Fordham, in his Hertfordshire Maps, states that 
in 1906 a copy of the above atlas was in the possession of 
Mr. Charles P. Ayres, of Watford. 

For description see the 1743 edition. 



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1715. 

AN UNCOLOURED EDITION OF BLOME'S MAP OF 1671. 

In England Exactly Described Or a Guide to 
Travellers In a Compleat Sett of Mapps of all the 
County's of England; being a map for each County,, 
where every town & village in each county is 
Perticulerly [sic] Expressed with the Names and 
Limits of every Hundred, &c. Very Usefull for all 
Gentlemen & Travellers being made fitt for the 
PocKETT ; Printed Coloured and Sold by Tho. Taylor 
AT YE Golden Lyon in Fleetstreet where are Sold 
ALL Sorts of Mapps and fine French Dutch and Italian 
Prints. [London, 1715], 4to. 

The arms of the Duke of Beaufort take the place of those 
of the Earl of Berkley, with dedication : ''To the Right 
Noble Henry Duke of Beauford Marquiss & E. of Worcester 
. This Mapp is humbly dedicated by Rich; Blome." 

The arms obliterate part of the top border line. A new 
border line is engraved at the extreme edge of the plate. 

Top right-hand corner, the figure " 15 " is added. It 
still bears the original imprint and date. 

A RE-ISSUE OF MORDEN'S LARGE MAP OF 1695. 

In [A Collection of Maps of the Counties of England 
and Wales, by R. Morden. London, 1715], fol. 

Each map is accompanied by a sheet of text, in manu- 
script, giving the knights elected for each county in 1714-15. 
The atlas is without title or date, but was probably issued 
in 1715. 

1720. 

ANOTHER EDITION OF BLOME'S MAP OF 1671, AS RE-ISSUED IN 1715. 

In England Exactly Described ... In a Com- 
pleat Sett of Maps . . . Wherein every Towne 
and Village is Particularly Express'd . . . and 
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TO Mr. Ogilby's Survey. Very Usefull for Gentlemen 
.. . . Sold by Tho. Taylor, etc. [London, 1720], 410. 

The imprint is corrected to : London printed & Sold 
by Tho. Taylor, at ye Golden Lyon in Fleet Street." Without 
date. 

Roads are added from the northern boundary of the 
county through Gloucester to Bristol, from Bristol to Mares- 
field, from Bristol to Tormorton, from Bristol through 
Tetbury to the Oxfordshire border, and from Bristol to 
Chepstow. Also from Lechlade, through Gloucester, to 
Monmouth, from Campden to Stow-on-the-Wold, and thence 
to the county boundary, and from the Shire Stones on the 
Warwickshire border to the borders of Worcestershire. 

AN UNCOLOURED REPRINT OF MORDEN'S SMALL MAP OF 1701, 
AS RE-ISSUED IN 1708. 

In Magna Britannia et Hibernia, Antiqua & Nova 
OR, A New Survey of Great Britain, etc. [By Thomas 
Cox.]. Vol. 2. In the Savoy : Printed by Eliz. Nutt ; 
and Sold by M. Nutt in Exeter-Exchange in the Strand, 

and J. MORPHEW NEAR StATIONERS-HaLL. I72O, 4tO. 

An unaltered impression of the 1708 edition. 

GLOCESTER SHIRE. ENGLISH MILES, 15 [ = inch]. ^ X 7i in. 

In Britannia Depicta or Ogilby Improv'd ; 
Being a Correct Coppy of Mr. Ogilby's Actual Survey 
OF ALL YE Direct & Principal Cross Roads in England 
AND Wales : Wherein are exactly Delineated & 
Engraven All ye Cities, Towns, Villages ... By 
Jno. Owen of the Midd. Temple Gent . . . Lastly 
Particular & Correct Maps of all ye Counties of 
South Britain ... By Eman. Bowen Engraver. 
London Printed for & Sold by Tho: Bowles Print and 
Map Seller next ye Chapter House in St. Pauls Church- 
Yard & E. Bowen Engraver & Print Seller near ye 
Stairs in St. Katherines, 1720, 8vo. 



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A small, over-crowded, sketchy map, occupying about 
two-thirds of the lower portion of a plate 4J x 7J in. The 
upper part of the plate has, within an ornamental design, 
measurements of The Road from Sahsbury to Campden. 

Shows towns, some villages, hundreds (with names 
indicated by figures), hills, a few isolated trees, main roads, 
and rivers. 

Top left-hand corner, oblong panel, with ornamental 
border, containing the title. Below, a list of " The 
Hundreds." Bottom 4eft-hand corner, the Royal Arms, 
encircled by the Garter " with motto. Bottom right-hand 
corner, scale of 15 miles. Above, in two columns, " The 
rest of the Hundreds." Divided by a single line at the 
bottom, a space containing a short description of the County 
of Gloucester. 

The border is formed by two double lines, with orna- 
mentation between. Top right-hand corner, " 227." 

On the back, top left-hand corner, " 228." Three 
" strips " of the road from Salisbury to Marlborough. 

1722. 

A COLOURED REPRINT OF MORDEN'S LARGE MAP OF 1695. 

In Britannia : or A Chorographical Description 
OF Great Britain and Ireland . . . By W. Camden 
. . . Translated . . . By Edmund Gibson . . . 
London : Printed by Mary Matthews, for Awnsham 
Churchill, and Sold by William Taylor, in Pater- 
Noster-Row. 1722, fol. 

1723. 

GLOUCESTERSHIRE. BY H. MOLL. 

In A Sett of Fifty New and Correct Maps of 
England and Wales. By Hermann Moll. 1723. 

This atlas was advertised December, 1910, in T. Thorpe's 
Catalogue. For description see the 1724 issue. 

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1724. 

A REPRINT OF JANSSON'S MAP OF 1646, AS RE-ISSUED BY SCHENK 
AND VALK IN 1683. 

In Atlas Anglois, ou Description Generate de 

L'AnGLETERRE, " CONTENANT LeS CaRTES GeOGRAPHIQUES 

DE chaque Province, avec les Genealogies des plus 

IlLUSTRES FaMILLES, & LES ArCHEVECHES & EVECHES. 

A Londres, Chez Joseph Smith, proche Exeter- 
Exchange DANS LE Strand. MDCGXXIV., fol. 

A REPRINT OF BOWEN'S MAP OF 1720. 

In Britannia Depicta ... by Ino. Owen . . . 
YE 4TH Edition . . . London Printed for & Sold 
BY Tho: Bowles ... & I. Bowles Print & Map 
Seller oyer against Stocks Market. 1724, 8vo. 

Gough, in his British Topography, vol. i, p. 105, states 
that the fourth edition of Britannia Depicta was pubhshed 
in 1 73 1, but the above entry shows that a fourth edition was 
issued in 1724. 

The fourth edition was re-issued in 1736, 1751, and 1759. 

I have not succeeded in finding copies of either the second 
or third edition of this work. 

GLOUCESTER SHIRE. BY H. MOLL, GEOGRAPHER. 10 ENGLISH 
MILES [ = li inches]. 10^ x 7| in-. 

In A New Description of England and Wales, With 
the Adjacent Islands Wherein are contained. Diverse 
USEFUL Observations ... To which is added, A 

NEW AND CORRECT SeT OF MaPS OF EACH COUNTY, THEIR 

Roads and Distances ... By Herman Moll, 
Geographer. London : Printed for H. Moll over- 

AGAINST DeVEREUX-CoURT IN THE StRAND, T. BOWLES 

Printseller near the Chapter-House, and C. Rivington 
Bookseller at the Bible and Crown, in St. Paul's 
Church-Yard, and J. Bowles Printseller over-against 
Stocks-Market. M.DCC.XXIV., fol. 



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A clearly-engraved coloured map, showing towns, some 
of the villages, forests, hills, hundreds (with names indicated 
by letter), parks, main roads, rivers and bridges. 

Top left-hand corner, an oblong panel, formed by a double 
line, containing the title. Below, the scale. Bottom right- 
hand corner, six lines of references. To the left, in two columns, 
references to " The Hundreds." The map breaks into the 
border at the top and bottom. 

The border is formed by a single line with a double inner 
line marked off into degrees and minutes of latitude and 
longitude. Outside the border, on the left, three British 
coins, and on the right four British coins, all showing both 
obverse and reverse. The back is plain. 

AN UNCOLOURED REPRINT OF MOLL'S MAP OF 1724. 

In A Set of Fifty New and Correct Maps of England- 
AND Wales, &c. With The Great Roads and Principal 
Cross-Roads, &c. Shewing the Computed Miles from 
Town to Town . . . By Herman Moll, Geographer 
. . . And, to render this Work more acceptable to 
the Curious, the Margins of each Map are adorn'd 
with great Variety of very remarkable Antiquities. 
London : Sold by H. Moll . . . T. Bowles . . . 
and J. Bowles . . . 1724, 4to. 

This impression may be identified by the figure " 14 
added to the top left-hand corner. 

1731. 

A REPRINT OF BOWEN'S MAP OF 1720. 

In Britannia Depicta ... by Ino. Owen. 1731. 
Gough, in his British Topography, vol. i, p. 105, states 
that a fourth edition of Britannia Depicta was published in 

1736. 

A FURTHER REPRINT OF BOWEN'S MAP OF 1720. 

In Britannia Depicta ... by Ino. Owen . . . 
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pouRTH Edition. Printed & Sold by Tho: Bowles 
Print & Map Seller in St. Pauls Ch. Yard. 1736, 8vo. 

This appears to be the third issue of the fourth edition. 
1739. 

A REPRINT OF MOLL'S MAP OF 1724. 

In A Set of Fifty New and Correct Maps of the 
Counties of England . . . By H. Moll. 1739. 

A copy of this edition is in the University Library, 
Cambridge. 

1741. 

A MAP OF GLOCESTER SHIRE. T. BADESLADE DELIN. W. H. 
TOMS SCULPT. ENGLISH MILES, 10 [=| inch]. PUBLISHED BY THE 
PROPRIETORS, T. BADESLADE & W. H. TOMS, SEPTR. 29th, 1741. 
5f X 5| in. 

In Chorographia Britannia, or A Set of Maps of all 
THE Counties in England and Wales ... To the 
Whole is added an Alphabetical Index, of all the 
Cities, Boroughs, & Market Towns, properly distin- 
guish'd from each other, and in what County they 

ARE SITUATE. ThIS COLLECTION . . . WAS FIRST DrAWN 

... BY Order and for the use of his late Majesty 
King George I. By Thomas Badeslade Surveyor and 
^Engineer, and now neatly Engrav'd bV Will. Henry 
Toms. Printed for and Sold by W. H. Toms Engraver 
in Union Court, near Hatton Garden, Holbourn. 
1742, 8vo. 

A small, clearly engraved, map showing the towns, 
forests of Dean and Kings wood, roads, and rivers. On the 
left-hand side, a section of the plate, divided by a single line, 
contains a list of the principal towns, showing their market 
•days, and the dates of fairs. Bottom left-hand corner, the 
scale. Top right-hand corner, small compass indicator. 

The space surrounding the map is stippled and shaded, 
which has the effect of throwing it into relief. 



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The border is formed by a plain double line. Outside 
the border, at the top, the title ; to the right of which is : 
" North West from London," and the number "17." At the 
bottom, left-hand corner, the draughtsman's name ; right- 
hand corner, the engraver's name ; in the middle, the imprint, 

ANOTHER EDITION OF T. BADESLADE'S MAP OF 1741. 

In Chorographia Britannia . . . By Thomas 
Badeslade . . , 1742, 8vo. 

Additional names of places have been added, and also a 
road from Bristol to a passage across the Severn a little north 
of the mouth of the Wye. Another from Gloucester, via 
Dursley to a junction with the main road south of Sodbury. 

The map still bears the same imprint and date. 

1742. 

ANOTHER EDITION OF T. BADESLADE'S MAP OF 1741. 

In Chorographia Britannia ... By T. 
Badeslade . . . 1742, 8vo. 

The date in the imprint at the bottom of the map is 
corrected to Sept. 29, 1742." An additional road is added 
from the main road at Stapleton, near Bristol, through 
Kings Wood to Tormarton, north-east of Sodbury. Some 
additional names are also added. 

1743. 

A REPRINT OF SPEED'S MAP OF 1610, AS RE-ISSUED IN 1666. 

In A Sett of the Counties of England and Wales,, 
WITH THEIR Islands, containing Fifty Eight Maps ; 
EACH ON A Sheet of Royal Paper. By John Speed. 
Reprinted in the Year, 1743. With Additions. Sold 

EITHER IN COMPLEAT SeTTS, BOUND OR SiNGLE, EITHER 

Coloured or Plain, by Henry Overton, at the White 
Horse Without Newgate, London, etc., fol. 



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An impression of Bassett and Chiswell's edition first 
issued about 1666, and later in 1676. The imprint is altered 
to : " Are to be sold by Henry Overton at the White Horse 
without Newgate London." The roads are added, but it 
still bears the original date of 1610. It is plain at the back. 

A REPRINT OF THE 1742 ISSUE OF T. BADESLADE'S MAP OF 1741. 

In Chorographia Britannia . . . By T. 
Badeslade . . . Sold by C. Hitch Bookseller in 
Paternoster 'Row, W. Johnston, Bookseller at the 
Golden Ball in St. Pauls Church Yard, & by W. H. 
Toms . '. . at ye Golden head over against Surgeons 
Hall near Ludgate Hill. No date, 8vo. 

An unaltered impression of the third issue, probably 
published in 1743. 

1744. 

A SECOND REPRINT OF THE 1742 ISSUE OF T. BADESLADE'S MAP 
OF 1741. 

In Chorographia Britannia . . . By T. Badeslade 
.. . . Sold by I, Clark Bookseller, at ye Golden 
Ball, in St. Paul's Church Yard, C. Hitch ... in 
Pater Noster Row, & by W. H. Toms ... in Union 
Court Holbourn. No date, 8vo. 

Another unaltered impression of the third issue. Probably 
issued in 1744. 

[MAP OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE, ENGRAVED BY I. COWLEY.] 

In Geography and History of England, [by Robert 
Dodsley]. London, 1744, 8vo. 

I have not seen a copy of this work. 

Gough, in his British Topography, vol. i. p. 41, says : 
" Dodsley printed The geography of England, done in the 
manner of Gordon's geographical grammar, with a compleat 
map of each county from the latest and best observations 
by J. Cowley . . . 1744. 8vo." 



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1745. 

A THIRD REPRINT OF THE 1742 ISSUE OF T. BADESLADE'S MAP OF 
1741. 

In Chorographia Britannia ... By T. 
Badeslade . . . The Second Edition 
Printed for C. Hitch in Paternoster Row, and W. H. 
Toms Engraver in Union Court Holbourn, 1745, 8vo. 

Another unaltered impression of the third issue. 
1746. 

€LOUCESTER SHIRE. ENGLISH MILES, 10 [==1^^ inches]. 71 x 5| in. 

In The Agreeable Historian, or the Compleat 
English Traveller . . . Vol. 2 . . . Compiled 
. . . By Samuel Simpson, Gent. London : Printed 
BY R. Walker, in Fleet-Lane ; and Sold by the 
Booksellers in Town and Country, 1746, 8vo. 

A clearly engraved map, with shading around the 
county boundary, which throws it into relief. 

Shows towns, principal villages, boundaries of the 
hundreds, hills, parks, trees, roads and rivers. 

Top left-hand corner, the scale, and, below, a small 
compass indicator. Bottom right-hand corner, " The Arms 
of Gloucester " and The Arms of Cirencestec" 

The border is formed by a single line. The title is outside 
the border at the top. The back is plain. 

GLOCESTER-SHIRE. ENGLISH MILES, 10 [ = li inches]. 7f x 6 in. 

In The English Traveller : giving a Description 
Of those Parts of Great Britain called England and 
Wales. 3 Vols. London, 1746, 8vo. 

Mentioned by Sir H. G. Fordham in his Hertfordshire 
Maps. 

Re-issued in The Small British Atlas, 1753, under which 
date see the description of the map. 



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1747. 

A REPRINT OF MOLL'S MAP OF 1724. 

In A Set of Fifty New and Correct Maps of England 
. . . By H. Moll . . . T. Bowles, London. 1747, 4to. 

T have not seen this edition, but Sir H. G. Fordham, in 
his Hertfordshire Maps, says that Thomas Bowles re-issued 
Moll's set of County Maps in 1747. 

1748, 

A NEW AND CORRECT MAP OF GLOCESTER SHIRE. MILES, 10 
[ = li inches]. T. HUTCHINSON SCULP. 6i x 5f in. 

In Geographia Magn.e Britanni>e. Or, Correct 
Maps of all the Counties in England, Scotland, and 
Wales ; with General ones of both Kingdoms, and of 

THE adjacent ISLANDS \ EaCH MaP EXPRESSING THE CiTIES, 

Boroughs, Market and Presbytery Towns, Villages^ 
Roads, and Rivers . . . Printed for T. Osborne^ 
D. Browne, T. Hodges, A. Miller, J. Robinson, W. 
Johnston, P. Davey & B. Law. Published according 
to Act of Parliament. October i2th, 1748, 8vo. 

A very bare looking map, showing towns, principal 
villages, hills, the Forest of Dean, Kingswood Forest, main 
roads and rivers. 

Top left-hand corner, enclosed in a rectangular panels 
the title. Bottom right-hand corner, the scale, and, a httle 
above, a star indicator of the compass. 

The border is formed by a thick line, with a double inner 
line marked off into degrees and minutes of latitude and 
longitude. Outside the border, top right-hand corner, 
" 13." Bottom right-hand corner, the engraver's name. 
Plain at the back. 

1749. 

A REPRINT OF THE MAP ISSUED IN THE AGREEABLE HISTORIAN, 
BY S. SIMPSON. 1746. 

In A New Description of Gloucestershire, Hamp- 
shire . . . London, 1749, 8vo. 



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This is a reprint of Vol. 2 of The Agreeable Historian of 
1746, with a new title. 

I have not seen this reprint. It is referred to in The 
Bibliographer's Manual of Gloucestershire Literature . . . 
By F. A. Hyett ... and The Rev. W. Bazeley . . . 
Gloucester . . . 1895. 

A MAP OF GLOCESTERSHIRE. ENGLISH MILES, 16 [ = 1^ inches]. 
5i X ^ in. 

In The Small English Atlas being A New and 
Accurate Sett of Maps of all the Counties in England 
AND Wales. London, Publish'd according to Act of 
Parliamt. by Messrs. Kitchin & Jefferys 1749. and 
Sold by M. Payne at the White Hart and M. Cooper 
AT the Globe in Paternoster Row, 4to. 

A small map with shading around the county boundary, 
and the adjoining counties made to look like a grassy plain, 
which causes the county to appear as an island. 

The map occupies the upper portion of a small quarto 
page, the lower part being occupied by a list, in three columns, 
of the towns showing their market days and fairs. 

Shows towns, a few villages, some hills, Forest of Dean, 
rivers, and main roads. 

Top left-hand corner, compass indicator. Bottom right- 
hand corner, the scale. 

The border is formed by a single line, with a double 
mner hne marked off into degrees and minutes of latitude 
and longitude. Outside the border, at top, the title. Plain 
at the back. 

1750. 

A RE-ISSUE OF THE PLAYING CARD MAP PUBLISHED IN 1676. 

In A Brief Description of England and Wales ; 
containing a particular Account of each County , . . 
Embellished with Maps of each County. Very useful 
for Travellers and others, and very proper for 



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Schools, to give Youth an idea of Geography, and the 
Nature of his own Country, and each County. 
London : Printed for H. Turpin, No. 104, St. John's 
Street, West Smithfield, [1750], i2mo. 

An unaltered impression of the 1680 edition. 

GLOCESTER SHIRE. DRAWN FROM THE BEST AUTHORITIES. 
ENGLISH MILES, 12 [=lf inches]. PRINTED FOR J. HINTON AT THE 
KINGS ARMS ST. PAULS CHURCH YARD. 1750. 8i x 7| in. 

In The Universal Magazine of Knowledge and 
Pleasure . . . Published ... By John 

HiNTON, AT THE KiNGS-AlJMS IN St. PaUL'S-ChURCH-YaRD, 

London. Vol. vi. April, 1750. 

A somewhat bare looking map showing towns, villages, 
forests, woods, and roads. The " Explanation " provides 
for three kinds of roads, but very few cross-roads are 
shown. 

Top left-hand corner : " Explanation," and to the right, 
the scale. Below the " Explanation," a circular compass 
indicator. Bottom right-hand corner : " The Arms of 
Gloucester," and to the left, a cartouche with the title. 

The border is formed by a single line with an inner 
double line marked off into degrees and minutes of latitude 
and longitude. Between the border lines, at the bottom, 
" Longitude West from London." Above the border : 
" Engraved for the Universal Magazine." Below the border, 
the imprint and date. 

1751. 

A REPRINT OF BOWEN'S MAP OF 1720. 

In Britannia Depicta . . . By Ino. Owen . . . 
& correct Maps . . . By E. Bowen . . . The 
EouRTH Edition. Printed & Sold by Tho. Bowles 
. . . 1751, 8vo. 

This appears to be the fourth issue of the fourth edition. 



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A REPRINT OF KITCHIN AND JEFFERYS' MAP OF 1749. 

In The Small English Atlas, London, 1751 . . . 
Sold by Thomas Jefferys . . . Mr. George 
Faulkner . . . Dublin, a Paris chez le Sr. Le 
Rouge, etc. 

A copy of this atlas is in the hbrary of the Royal 
Geographical Society. 

A MAP OF GLOUCESTER SHIRE. M. WEST FROM LONDON. HUMBLY 
INSCRIB'D TO YE RT. HONBLE. YE EARL OF BERKLEY LORD 
LIEUTT. OF THE COUNTY. . . . ACCORDING TO ACT OF 
PARLIAMENT BY G, BICKHAM, 1751. 5| X 6f in. 

In The British Monarchy : Or, a New Chorogra- 
phical Description of all the Dominions Subject to 
THE King of Great Britain . . . By George 
Bickham . . . Publisk'd according to Act of 
Parliament, October 1743, and Sold by G. Bickham 
IN James Street, Bunhill Fields & by the Booksellers 
& Printsellers in Town & Country, fol. 

This is an idealised view of Gloucestershire looking 
northward, taken from south of the Avon. Shows the 
towns, hills and rivers. In the foreground is a tree 
occupying almost the whole of the left-hand side of the plate. 
The Severn is seen wending its v/ay through the middle 
of the picture, from north-east to south-west. In the 
extreme north a huge mountain is seen, from which flows 
the river Liddon. Within the plate mark, above the picture, 
is the title and dedication, and also " before page 72." 
Within the plate mark, below the picture, is a note giving 
distances from Bristol to the various county towns, and from 
London to Gloucester, and below, the imprint and date. 

Accompanying the view are two plates, numbered 72 
and 73, with descriptive and historical notes of Gloucester- 
shire. At the top of plate 72, within an ornamental device, 
are the arms of the city of Gloucester. 

This work is dated in the colophone, 1749, and was 
probably first published at that time. The bird's-eye views, 



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however, are variously dated 1750-54. Therefore the 
complete work with the views could not have been pubhshed 
before the latter date. 

A REPRINT OF THE VIEW. 

In an edition of the same work with imprint : " Publish' d 
. . Decmr. 2d 1749 by G. Bickham junr. in May's 

Buildings, Covent Garden London," etc. 

Whether this was published before or after the above 

issue is difficult to determine. 

GLOCESTER SHIRE DRAWN FROM THE BEST AUTHORITIES AND 
REGULATED BY ASTRONL. OBSERVATNS. BY T. KITCHIN. 
BRITISH STATUTE MILES, 14 [ = 1^ inches]. PRINTED FOR R. 
BALDWIN JUNR. AT THE ROSE IN PATER NOSTER ROW. 
^ X 6^ in. 

In The London Magazine . . . Vol. xx. For 

THE YEAR, I75I, 8vO. 

A somewhat bare and sketch}^ looking map, showing 
towns, principal villages, hills, trees, roads, rivers and bridges. 

Top left-hand corner, a symbolical picture of dairy 
farming, and the title on a piece of hanging drapery. Below, 
the scale. Top right-hand corner, a small compass indicator. 
Bottom right-hand corner : " The Arms of Glocester." To 
the left, explanation of signs. 

The border is formed by a fine line, with an inner double 
line marked off into degrees and minutes of latitude and 
longitude. Outside the border, at the top : " For the 
London Magazine." At the bottom, the imprint. Between 
the border lines, at the bottom : " Longitude W. from 
London." Plain at the back. 

1753. 

AN UNCOLOURED REPRINT OF MORDEN'S MAP OF 1695. 

In Britannia . . . By Edmund Gibson. The 
Third edition . . . London : Printed for R. Ware,, 
J. AND P. Knapton, T. Longman, C. Hitch, D. Browne,. 
H. LiNTOT, C. Davis, J. Hodges, A. Millar, W. Bowyer^ 

J. WhISTON, J. and J. RiVINGTON, AND J. WaRD, I753, foL 



Maps of Gloucestershire. 



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A REPRINT OF MOLL'S MAP OF 1724. 

In Moll's British Atlas, or Pocket Maps of all the 
Counties in England and Wales. London, 1753, 
small fol. 

Mentioned by Sir H, G. Fordham in his Cambridgeshire 
Maps. 

<JLOUCESTER-SHIRE. ENGLISH MILES, 10 [ = li inches]. x 6 in. 

In The Small British Atlas : being a new Set of 
Maps of all the Counties of England and Wales . . . 
London : Published . . . 1753. By John Rocque, 
Chorographer to his Royal Highness the Prince of 
Wales, near Old Round Court in the Strand, and 
Robert Sayer, Map and Printseller, at the Golden 
Buck, opposite Fetter-Lane, Fleet-Street, obi. 8vo. 

Le Petit Atlas Britannique : Ou recueil des 
Provinces d'Angleterre, etc. 

This map bears a very strong resemblance to the one in 
The Agreeable Historian, 1746. 

Shows towns, principal villages, forests, hills, hundreds, 
trees, m.ain roads, and rivers. 

Top left-hand corner, compass indicator. Bottom right- 
hand corner, the scale. 

The border is formed by a single line. Outside the 
border at the top, the title. 

1756. 

A FURTHER REPRINT OF THE MAP ISSUED IN THE AGREEABLE 
HISTORIAN BY S. SIMPSON, 1746. 

In County Curiosities or, A Description of the 
Natural & Artificial Rarities of Gloucestershire 
. . . London: Printed for J. Hodges on the Bridge, 
1756. 

Another edition of the above work was issued with the 
imprint : " Printed by J. Sketchley and S. Warren, 1757," 
8vo. 



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There are other reprints of Vol. 2 of Samuel Simpson's 
Agreeable Historian, 1746, with new titles^ Presumably 
they have reprints of the 1746 map, but 1 1 have not seen 
them. The titles of the works are given in : The Biblio- 
grapher's Manual of Gloucestershire Literature . . . by 
F. A. Hyett . . . and The Rev. W. Bazeley . . . 
Gloucester . . . 1895. 

A copy of the 1756 issue is in the possession of William 
Phelps, Esq., Chestal, Dursley, and a copy of the 1757 
edition is in the Bodleian Library, Oxford. 



1758. 

GLOCESTER SHIRE DIVIDED INTO ITS HUNDREDS CONTAINING 
THE CITIES, BUROUGHS & MARKET TOWNS WITH THE ROADS &c. 
BY EMAN. BOWEN, GEOGR. TO HIS MAJESTY. BRITISH STATUTE 
MILES, 12 [--If inches]. ENGRAV'D FOR THE GENERAL MAGAZINE 
OF ARTS AND SCIENCES FOR W. OWEN AT TEMPLE BAR, 1758. 
8 X 9 in. 

In The Natural History of England ; or, A Des- 
cription OF EACH particular CoUNTY, In REGARD TO THE 

CURIOUS productions of Nature and Art . . . By 
Benjamin Martin. London : Printed and sold by W. 
Owen, Temple-Bar, and by the Author, at his House 
IN Fleet-street, 1759. 8vo. 

Shows cities, towns, a few villages, hundreds whose names 
are indicated by letters, isolated hills, rivers, and main roads, 
with distances marked. Borough towns are indicated by 
asterisks. 

Top left-hand corner, list of the hundreds in two columns. 
Bottom right-hand corner, a small decorated cartouche with 
title. To the left of this the " Explanation " and the 
scale. 

The border is formed by a fine line, with a double inner 
line marked off into degrees and minutes of latitude and 
longitude. Between the border lines, at the top : " W. 
Long, from London." Below the border, at the bottom, 
the imprint. 



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1759. 

A REPRINT OF BOWEN'S MAP OF 1720. 

In Britannia Depicta or Ogilby Improv'd . . . 
By Ino. Owen ... & Correct Maps . . . By 
E. Bowen . . . The fourth Edition. Printed & 
Sold by T. Bowles . . . 1759, 8vo. 

Two notes are added on the back of the map in the right- 
hand margin of the plate. 

This appears to be the fifth and last issue of the fourth 
edition. 

1760. 

AN ACCURATE MAP OF THE COUNTIES OF GLOUCESTER AND 
MONMOUTH DIVIDED INTO THEIR RESPECTIVE HUNDREDS 
COLLECTED FROM THE BEST MATERIALS AND ILLUSTRATED WTH 
HISTORICAL EXTRACTS RELATIVE TO THEIR NATURAL PRODUCE 
TRADE MANUFACTURES, &c. MLCCLX. BRITISH STATUTE MILES, 
10 [=3f inches]. LONDON, PRINTED FOR T. BOWLES IN ST. PAULS 
CHURCH YARD, ROBT. SAYER, & JOHN TINNEY IN FLEET STREET, 
& JOHN BOWLES & SON, IN CORNHIL. 2n x 20| in. 

In The Large English Atlas : or, A New^ Set of 
Maps of all the Counties in England and Wales, Drawn 
FROM THE Several Surveys which have been hitherto 
Published . . . Laid down on a large scale . . . 
Each Map is illustrated With a General Description 
OF THE County . . . And Historical Extracts 
. . . By Emanuel Bowen, Geographer to His Majesty, 
Thomas Kitchen [sic], and Others. London : Printed 
and Sold by T. Bowles, in St. Paul's Church-Yard ;. 
John Bowles and Son, at the Black Horse, in Cornhill ; 
John Tinney, at the Golden Lion, and Robert Sayer, 
AT THE Buck, both in Fleet-Street. [1760], fol. 

An important map, showing towns, villages, churches 
marked with R. V. and C, showing vv^hether rectories, 
vicarages, or curacies, charity schools, hamlets, hundreds, 
parks, forests, woods, rivers and bridges, roads with distances 
between the towns marked in miles and furlongs. 

Top right-hand corner, in an ornamental cartouche : 



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" To the Honble. John Thynne How . . . Lord Lieutenant & 
Custos Rotulorum of the County of Gloucester, and Constable 
of St. Brevals Castle, in the Forest of Dean. This Map is 
humbly Inscrib'd." To the right, along the top of the map, 
are three columns of notes. Bottom left-hand corner, note 
on Newport, the " Explanation " and the scale. Top right- 
hand corner, note referring to Sutton. Bottom right-hand 
corner, on a piece of masonry, the title. To the right, sitting 
upon the plinth, is a woman holding a sheaf of corn in her 
left arm. On the left and above are notes referring to 
Fairford, Stow, Dursley, Winchcomb and Cheltenham. 

The border is formed by a thick line, with a double inner 
line marked off into degrees and minutes of latitude and 
longitude. Between the border lines, at the bottom : 
" Degrees of Longitude West from London " ; and to the 
right : " South," Below the border, the imprint. 

It is probable that there was an earlier issue of this map, 
bearing the imprint of either John Hinton or John Tinney. 
There is an imperfect collection in the British Museum of 
Bowen and Kitchin's maps, with the imprint of Hinton or 
Tinney, but Gloucestershire is not included. 

[MAP OF THE COUNTY OF GLOUCESTER BY JOHN GIBSON.] 

In New and Accurate Maps of the Counties of 
England and Wales. Drawn from the latest surveys 
By J. Gibson, London. Printed for J. Newbury at the 
Bible and Sun in St. Paul's Churchyard, [1760], 24mo. 

I have not seen this atlas. It is mentioned by Sir H. G. 
Fordham in his Hertfordshire Maps. There is a copy in the 
Bodleian Library. 

These, probably, are the maps issued in The Universal 
Museum, beginning in 1763. The copy of the magazine in 
the British Museum is imperfect, and wanting the map of 
Gloucestershire. 

1762. 

A REPRINT OF ROCQUE'S MAP OF 1753. 

In The Small British Atlas . 

LISHED ACCORDING TO ACT OF PaRLIAMT. 



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Chorographer to his Majesty, near Old Round Court 
IN THE Strand, 1762, 8vo. It has also a duplicate title in 
French. 

Sir H. G. Fordham possesses a copy of this edition. 

AN ACCURATE MAP OF THE COUNTY OF GLOUCESTER, DIVIDED 
INTO HUNDREDS. DRAWN FROM THE BEST AUTHORITIES, AND 
ILLUSTRATED WITH HISTORICAL EXTRACTS ... BY EMAN. 
BOWEN, GEOGRAPHER TO HIS LATE MAJESTY. BRITISH STATUTE 
MILES ... 12 [- 31 inches.] PRINTED FOR R. SAYER & 
I. RYALL IN FLEET STREET. T. KITCHIN ON HOLBORN HILL, 
H. OVERTON WITHOUT NEWGATE, CARINGTON BOWLES IN 
ST. PAUL' SCHURCH YARD, L BOWLES & H. PARKER IN CORNHILL. 
16i X 19| in. 

In The Royal English Atlas : Being A New and 
Accurate Set of Maps of all The Counties of South 
Britain, Drawn from Surveys . . . and exhibiting 
ALL The Cities, Towns, Villages, Churches, Chapels, 
&c. Particularly Distinguishing more fully and 
Accurately the Church Livings Than any other Maps 
HITHERTO Published . . . By Emanuel Bowen, 
Geographer to His late Majesty, Thomas Kitchin, 
Geographer, and Others. . . . London : Printed 
FOR Thomas Kitchin, on Holborn-Hill ; Robert Sayer, 
in Fleet-Street ; Carington Bowles, in St. Paul's 
Church- Yard ; Henry Overton, without Newgate ; 
Henry Parker, and John Bowles, in Cornhill ; and 
John Ryall, in Fleet-Street, [1762], fol. 

Similar in design and execution to Bowen' s ma,p of 1760, 
which was published in The Large English Atlas. 

Shows towns (with market days indicated), villages, 
churches (with indications to show whether a rectory, 
vicarage or curacy), forests, hills, hundreds (with boundaries 
and names), gentlemen's seats, charity schools, parks, roads 
(with distances marked between the principal towns), rivers 
and bridges. The number of members returned to Parha- 
ment is shown by asterisks. 

Top left-hand corner, " The Cathedral Church of St. 
Peter at Gloucester." Below, five historical notes on The 

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Diocese of Gloucester, Cheltenham, Stow, Fairford, and 
Dursley. Bottom left-hand corner, the scale. Above, a 
note on Michel Dean. Top of the plate, to the right of 
Gloucester Cathedral, four notes on the City and County of 
Gloucester and the Forest of Dean. Bottom right-hand 
corner, on a piece of masonry, the title. To the left, sitting 
upon the plinth, is a woman holding a sheaf of corn in her 
right arm. Above are notes on Sutton, Winchcomb, 
and Tewkesbury. To the left, the " Explanation," and 
below this a note on Cirencester and a compass indicator. 

The border is formed by a thick line, with a double inner 
line marked off into degrees and minutes of latitude and 
longitude. Between the border lines at the bottom : 
" West Longitude from London." Below the border, the 
imprint. 

Gough, in British Topography , vol. i. p. 99, after referring 
to The English Atlas by T. Kitchin and E. Bowen, 1765, 
says : " The Royal English Atlas, by the same hands, 
consists only of 44 maps ; and a general one of England, 
smaller folio, to be had singly for a shilling, and the others 
for eighteenpence. Mr. Bowen, reduced by family ex- 
travagances, and almost blind through age, had begun to 
engrave them on a long quarto, in eighteen-penny numbers 
of three maps each ; but, dying May, 1767, before he had 
finished above three or four numbers, they were continued 
by his son." 

1763. 

ANOTHER EDITION OF E. BOWEN'S LARGE MAP OF 1760. 

In The Large English Atlas . . . By E. Bowen 
. . . London : Printed and Sold by John Bowles^ 
at the Black Horse, in Cornhill ; Carington Bowles, 
NEXT the Chapter-House, in St. Paul's Church Yard ; 
AND Robert Sayer, at the Buck, in ; Fleet-Street,, 
[1763], fol. 

The map is precisely the same as the 1760 issue, but the 
imprint now reads: "London Printed for T. ' Bowles in 



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St. Paul's Church Yard, Robt. Sayer, at the Golden Buck 
in Fleet Street & John Bowles & Son, in Cornhil." 

The printed number 13," in top and bottom right-hand 
corners, is altered by hand to 15. 

1764. 

A REPRINT OF BOWEN'S MAP OF 1720, AS RE-ISSUED IN 1759. 

In Britannia Depicta or, Ogilby Improved, Being an 
Actual Survey of all the Direct and Principal Cross 
Roads of England and Wales ; shewing All the 
Cities, Towns, Villages . . . engraved by Emanuel 
BowEN, Geographer, To which is added. An accurate 
Historical and Topographical Description . . . 
Compiled ... by John Owen, Gent. The whole 
illustrated with Maps of all the Counties of South 
Britain . . . London : Printed for Carington 
Bowles, in St. Paul's Church Yard, MDCCLXIV, 4to. 

According to Gough's Anecdotes, this is the last edition of 
J. Owen's Britannia Depicta. 

A REPRINT OF ROCQUE'S MAP OF 1753. 

In The Small British Atlas . . . By John 
RocQUE . . . 1764, 8vo. 

I have not seen this edition. It is referred to by Gough 
in his British Topography, vol. i. p. 98, where he sets out 
the title in full. 

John Rocque probably died about 1764 or 1765. Mary 
Ann Rocque, his widow, published a plan of the City of York^ 
at Rocque's old address near Old Round Court Strand," 
in 1766. Later she removed to West Street, Seven Dials. 
In A Collection of Plans of the Principal Cities of Great 
Britain and Ireland, published by A. Dury, it is stated in the 
title that the plans were from surveys taken by the late 
Mr. J. Rocque, but there is no evidence to show when this 
work was published. It may have been issued in 1765, 
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A NEW MAP OF GLOCESTER SHIRE. DRAWN FROM THE BEST 
AUTHORITIES ; BY THOMAS KITCHIN GEOGR. ENGRAVER TO H.R.H. 
THE DUKE OF YORK. BRITISH STATUTE MILES . . . 
14 [=1| inches]. 10^ x llf in. 

In England Illustrated, or, A Compendium of the 
Natural History, Geography, Topography, and Anti- 
quities Ecclesiastical and Civil, of England and Wales. 
With Maps of the several Counties . . . London ; 
Printed for R. and J. Dodsley, in Pall-Mall, 
MDCCLXIV, 4to. 

Shows borough towns, market towns, villages, forests, 
Mils, rectories, vicarages, parks, roads, rivers and bridges. 
The number of members returned to Parhament is indicated 
hy asterisks. 

Top left-hand corner, rectangular cartouche with title. 
To the right, the scale. Bottom right-hand corner, signs 
used on the map. Below : " Longitude West from London." 
Above, a compass indicator. 

The border is formed by a single line with a double inner 
line marked off into degrees of latitude and longitude. 



1766. 

A MODERN MAP OF GLOCESTER SHIRE DRAWN FROM THE LATEST 
SURVEYS ; CORRECTED & IMPROVED BY THE BEST AUTHORITIES. 
BRITISH STATUTE MILES ... 14 [-=1^ inches]. PRINTED FOR 
ROBT. SAYER IN FLEET STREET, & CARINGTON BOWLES IN ST. 
PAULS CHURCH YARD. 10 x 7^ in. 

In Ellis's English Atlas . . . London . . . 
1766, obi. 8vo. 

For description see the edition of 1768. I have not seen 
a copy of this edition, but it is mentioned by Sir H. G. 
Fordham, in his Hertfordshire Maps, where he states that a 
copy is in the possession of Mr. Joseph Wilson, of Wakeley, 
JBuntingford, Herts. 



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1767. 

GLOUCESTER SHIRE, DIVIDED INTO HUNDREDS EXHIBITING THE 
CITY, BUROUGH AND MARKET TOWNS . . . WITH IMPROVE- 
MENTS NOT INSERTED IN ANY OTHER SET OF HALF SHEET COUNTY 
MAPS EXTANT. BY EMAN. BOWEN, GEOGR. TO HIS LATE MAJESTY. 
«& THOS. BOWEN. BRITISH STATUTE MILES, 12 [ = i^ inches]. 
9 X 12| in. 

In Atlas Anglicanus, Or a Complete Sett of Maps 
OF THE Counties of South Britain ; Divided into their 
RESPECTIVE Hundreds, Wapentakes, Wards, Rapes, 
Lathes, &c. ... By the late Emanuel Bowen, 
Geographer to His Majesty George IId and Thomas 
Bowen. Printed for T. Kitchin, No. 59, Holborn Hill, 
[1767], fol. 

Very full of detail, with numerous historical notes 
around the map. Very similar to Kitchin' s map in The 
Royal English Atlas, 1762. 

Shows borough towns, market towns, villages, hills, 
hundreds, charity schools, rectories, vicarages, curacies, 
parks, post stages, roads with distances, rivers and bridges. 
The number of members returned to Parliament is shown 
by asterisks. 

Top left-hand corner, in an ornamental cartouche, the 
title. On the right, the scale and two notes referring to the 
parish of Sutton and the county of Gloucester. Below, 
two notes, extending across the plate, referring to the city of 
Gloucester. Below this, notes referring to Cheltenham and 
Stow, and between them a compass indicator. Still lower, 
a reference to the Forest of Dean. Bottom right-hand 
corner, notes referring to Cirencester, Dursley, Fairford, 
Michel Dean, Tewksbury, and Winchcomb ; also the 
" Explanation." 

The border is formed by a single line, with a double inner 
line marked off into degrees and minutes of latitude and 
longitude. Between the border hues, at the bottom, 
" West Longit. from London." Below the border, the 
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1768. 

A REPRINT OF THE MAP IN THE ANCIENT AND PRESENT STATE 
OF GLOSTERSHIRE. BY SIR R. ATKYNS, 1712. 

In The Ancient and Present State of Glocester- 
SHiRE. By Sir R. Atkyns . . . The Second edition 
. . . London, . . . Reprinted by T. Spilsbury, 
for W. Herbert, at No. 27 Goulston-Square ; and sold 
BY J. Millman, at Charing Cross . . . and T. Dunn. 
IN Glocester. MDXXLXVIII. fol. 

A REPRINT OF ELLIS'S MAP OF 1766. 

In Ellis's English Atlas : or, A Compleat Choro- 
graphy of England and Wales : in Fifty Maps, Contain- 
ing MORE Particulars than any other Collection of the 
Same Kind. The Whole Calculated for the Use of 
Travellers, Academies, and of all those who desire 
to Improve in the Knowledge of their Country . . . 
Engraved by, and under the Direction of, J. Ellis. 
London : Printed for Robert Sayer, Map and Print- 
seller, No. 53. IN Fleet-Street ; Thomas Jeffery's, 
Geographer to his Majesty the Corner of St. Martin's- 
Lane, Charing Cross ; A. Dury in Duke's Court, St. 
Martin' s-Lane, and at the Map and Print Shop No. 92, 
under the Royal-Exchange, Cornhill, 1768, oU. 8vo. 

This map bears a remarkable resemblance to the map by 
T. Kitchin in England Illustrated . . . London, Printed 
for R. Dodsley, 1764. It repeats the error of printing 
Welford " Welcord." Close examination, however, shows 
that it is not the same. 

Shows borough and market towns, villages, rectories and 
vicarages, fairs, forests, hills, parks, roads, rivers and bridges. 
The number of members returned to Parhament is shown by 
asterisks. 

Top left-hand corner, on a plinth surmounted with an 
urn, the title. On the right, the scale. Bottom right-hand 
corner, " Remarks." Above, a small compass indicator. 
Just within the border, at the bottom, " Longitude West from 
London." 



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The border is formed by a single line, with a double inner 
line marked off into degrees and minutes of latitude and 
longitude. Below the border, the imprint. Top right-hand 
corner, " 19." 

1769. 

A REPRINT OF ROCQUE'S MAP OF 1753. 

In England Displayed being A New, Complete, and 
Accurate Survey and Description of the Kingdom of 
England and Principality of Wales . . . By a 
Society of Gentlemen . . . The Particulars re- 
specting England ... By P. Russell, Esq ; And 
those relating to Wales, By Mr. Owen Price . . . 
London : Printed for the Authors, by Adlard and 
Browne, Fleet-Street : And Sold by S. Bladon, No. 28. 
T. Evans, No. 54, and J. Coote No. 16, in Pater-noster 
Row ; W. Domville, and F. Blythe, at the Royal 
Exchange. MDCCLXIX, fol. 

An unaltered impression of J. Rocque's map issued in 
The Small British Atlas, 1753. 

GLOCESTER SH. SCALE OF BRITISH STATUTE MILES, 16 [=2i 
inches]. 8f x 7| in. 

In Kitchin's Pocket Atlas of the Counties of 
England and Wales, Drawn to One Scale . . . 1769. 
Published for the Author, T. Kitchin . . . 59 
HoLBORN Hill, & J. Gapper ; Map & Printseller, No. 56, 
New Bond Street, ohl. 8vo. 

A very clearly engraved map without title or imprint, 
but with Glocester Sh." printed across the map in large 
type. Practically the same detail as the map in England 
Illustrated, 1764. 

Shows towns (with distances from London), principal 
villages, castles, parks, hills, woods, roads and rivers. 

Top left-hand corner: "Remarks"; on the right, a 
circular compass indicator. Bottom right-hand corner, the 
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inner line marked off into degrees and minutes of latitude 
and longitude. 

A copy of this atlas has recently been found by Mr. G, 
Goode, and is now in the Cambridge University Library. 

1770. 

ANOTHER EDITION OF THE MAP ENGRAVED BY SUTTON NICHOLLS 
1712. 

In The English Atlas, or a Complete Set of Maps 
OF ALL the Counties in England and Wales. [W. Dicey 
& Co. : London, 1770.], fol. 

The above title is in manuscript. The atlas is a reprint 
of Henry Overton's edition of Speed's Atlas of 1743 ; but 
some of Speed's maps, as in the case of Gloucestershire, are 
replaced by copies of Jansson's maps. 

The map is precisely the same as that issued in 1712, 
with the exception of the imprint, which now reads : 
" Printed & Sold by W. Dicey & Co. in Aldermary Church 
Yard. 

1772. 

AN UNCOLOURED REPRINT OF MORDEN'S LARGE MAP OF 1695. 

In Britannia : or, A Chorographical Description 
OF Great Britain and Ireland . . .By W. Camden 
. . . Translated by Edmund Gibson . . . Fourth 
EDITION . . . London : Printed for W. Bowyer, 
W. Whiston, T. Da vies, W. Strahan, J. & F. Rivington 
. . . MDCCLXXII, fol. 

1773. 

A REPRINT OF ELLIS'S MAP OF 1766. 

In Ellis's English Atlas . . . London : Printed 
FOR Robert Sayer, Map and Printseller, No. 53, in 
Fleet-Street ; and at the Map and Print Shop No. 92, 
under the Royal-Exchange, Cornhill, 1773, 8vo. 



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1777. 

ANOTHER EDITION OF SELLER'S MAP ISSUED IN ANGLIA 
CONTRACTA, 1695. 

In Supplement to the Antiquities of England- 
AND Wales. By Francis Grose Esqr. F.S.A. London. 
Printed for S. Hooper, No. 25, Ludgate Hill^ 
MDCCLXXVII, 4to. 

Top left-hand corner, the floral design and title have 
been erased, and the title re-engraved within a small oval 
panel. Bottom right-hand corner, the " Scale of Miles " is 
re-engraved in bolder style. These corrections give the 
plate a more modern appearance, although in other respects- 
it is precisely the same as the original. 

The plate occupies the upper half of a quarto page, the 
lower portion being taken up by a description of Gloucester- 
shire," which is continued on the back. 

A RE-ISSUE OF BOWEN'S LARGE MAP OF 1760. 

In The Large English Atlas . . . London r 
Printed and Sold by Robert Sayer, Map and Print- 
seller, AT No. 53, in Fleet Street, [1777], fol. 

I have not seen this edition of The Large English Atlas, but 
Sir H. G. Fordham possesses a copy with the maps of England 
and Wales, and Ireland, dated 1777. 

A REPRINT OF ELLIS'S MAP OF 1766. 

In Ellis's English Atlas . . . London : Printed 
FOR R. Sayer and J. Bennett, Map, Chart, and Print 
Sellers No. 53, Fleet Street, 1777, 8vo. 

A REPRINT OF BOWEN'S MAP IN ATLAS ANGLICANUS, 1767. 

In Atlas Anglicanus . . . By . . . E. Bowen 
. . . AND T. Bowen. 1777. Printed for T. Kitchin,, 
No. 59, HoLBORN Hill, & Andrew Dury, Dukes Court^ 
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TO THE SUBSCRIBERS IN GENERAL, AND MORE PARTICULARLY 
TO THOSE NOBLEMEN AND GENTLEMEN WHO HONOURED ME 
WITH THEIR ASSISTANCE IN THE SURVEY ; THIS MAP OF THE 
COUNTY OF GLOUCESTER IS HUMBLY DEDICATED BY THEIR 
OBEDIENT & MOST HUMBLE SERVANT ISAAC TAYLOR. ROSS, 
MARH. 10, 1777. A SCALE OF MILES, 4 [ = 3| inches]. 46 x 52f in. 

The first map of the county on a large scale, beautifully 
engraved, giving minute details. Hitherto the maps of the 
county have been compiled chiefly from Saxton's survey. 
This is an entirely new survey, from which all succeeding 
maps, down to the Ordnance Survey of 1828-31, were 
compiled. 

Shows towns, villages, hamlets, churches, chapels, 
religious houses, gentlemen's seats and houses (in some 
cases the name of the occupier is given), inns, camps, sites of 
battles, commons, hills, hundreds, forests, woods, parks, 
fire engines, forges, coalpits, water-mills, windmills, roads, 
rivers and bridges. 

Top left-hand corner, five views of Berkeley, Beverstone, 
St. Briavels, Sudeley, and Thornbury Castles. Bottom right- 
hand corner, an elaborate cartouche, surmounted with the 
arms of the bishops of Bristol and Gloucester, in which 
is placed diagonally the dedication and title. Below 
the title, within the cartouche : " ISB, Estates are Survey' d 
& Mapped in a very Accurate & Neat manner at ye usual 
Prices. Also Maps Reduced & Drawn in the manner of 
Engraving/' Below the cartouche, a symbolical picture 
showing fruit, merchandise, factories, and shipping. To the 
left, the "Explanation" and scale. Below the scale: 
" IsB, Where a Mitre is prefixed to the mark of a Religious 
House it signifies a Mitred Abby and the letters A, B, C, 
signify St. Augustines, Benedictines, Carmelites, &c." 
Above the explanation, an elaborate compass indicator with 
four radiating lines. On the left of the explanation, a note 
referring to the parish of Sutton under Brailes. 

The border is formed by a thick line, with a double inner 
line marked off into degrees and minutes of latitude and 
longitude. Lines of latitude are drawn across the map at 
every three minutes, and longitude at every five minutes. 



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Isaac Taylor, surveyor and engraver, was born in the 
city of Worcester, Dec, 13th, 1730. In the early part of his 
career he is said to have worked as a brassfounder, a silver- 
smith, and a surveyor. 

x\bout 1752 Taylor left home and made his way to 
London, walking by the side of a wagon. He found employ- 
ment, first at a silversmith's and then with Thomas Jefferys, 
the geographer, for whom he engraved a number of plates 
for the London magazine. 

In 1754 Taylor married Sarah Hackshaw Jefferys, niece 
of Thomas Jefferys. 

Soon after its incorporation, in January, 1765, Taylor 
was admitted a Fellow of the Society of Artists, and in 1774 
he was appointed Secretary of the Society. At one time he 
hved at Holhs Street, Clare Market. In about 1770 he 
appears to have moved to the Bible and Crown, Holborn ; 
in 1773 he moved to Chancery Lane, and in 1776 back 
to Holborn. 

He surveyed the counties of Dorset, 1765 ; Gloucester, 
1777 ; Hants, 1759 ; Hereford, 1754 ; Oxford, 1750 ; and 
Worcester, 1772. 

Soon after 1780 Taylor retired to Edmonton, where he 
died Oct. 17th, 1807. 

1779. 

GLOUCESTERSHIRE, ACCURATELY LAID DOWN IN THE YEAR 1779. 
J, BAYLY SCULPT. SAINT THOMAS APOSTLE LONDON. A SCALE 
OF MILES, 19 [ = 5f inches]. 13i x 15^ in. 

In A New History of Gloucestershire 
Cirencester : Printed by Samuel Rudder, 1779, fol. 

A somewhat bare looking map, showing towns, villages, 
churches, Dean Forest, parks, roads, and rivers. 

Top left-hand corner, enclosed by a double line, the 
title. Bottom right-hand corner, the scale. Above, enclosed 
by a double line, a view of " The Cotham Stone.'' Above 
this, a note referring to the detached parts of the county. 

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1784. 

A NEW MAP OF GLOCESTER SHIRE DRAWN FROM THE LATEST 
AUTHORITIES. BRITISH STATUTE MILES, 20 [ = lf inches]. 
PUBLISHED BY ALEXR. HOGG AT THE KINGS ARMS NO. 16, PATER- 
NOSTER ROW. 5| X 81 in. 

In The New British Traveller ; Or, A Complete 
Modern Universal Display of Great-Britain and 
Ireland . . . published under the immediate in- 
spection OF George Augustus Walpoole, Esq. . . . 
London : Printed for Alex. Hogg, at the King's-Arms, 
No. 16, Paternoster- Row. [1784], fol. 

A small clearly engraved map, occupying the left-hand 
side of a plate i3f x 8 J inches. The other two-thirds of 
the plate is taken up by maps of Hampshire, the Isle of 
Man, and the Channel Islands, the whole being enclosed by 
a single line, and the maps divided in the same way. 

Shows borough and market towns, principal villages, 
castles, hills, parks, roads, and rivers. 

Top left-hand corner : " Remarks." On the right, a 
compass indicator. Bottom left-hand corner : " Longitude 
West from London." Above, the scale. Top right-hand 
corner, the arms of the city of Gloucester. Bottom right- 
hand corner, on a plinth surmounted by an urn and the arms 
of Gloucester, the title. 

The border is formed by a single line with a double inner 
line marked off into degrees and minutes of latitude and 
longitude. Outside the border, at the top, " Engraved for 
Walpoole's New and Complete feritish Traveller." At the 
bottom, the imprint. 

1785. 

A REPRINT OF BOWEN'S LARGE MAP OF 1760. 

In The Large English Atlas . . . By E. Bowen 
. . . London : Printed and Sold by Robert 
Wilkinson, at No. 58, in Cornhill, Successor to Mr. 
John Bowles, deceased. [1785], fol. 

The map is precisely the same as the 1760 edition, and 
still bears the original date, but the imprint is corrected to 



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Printed for John Bowles in Cornhill, Carington Bowles in 
St. Pauls Church Yard, Robt. Sayer at the Golden Buck in 
Fleet Street." 

ANOTHER EDITION OF BOWEN'S MAP PUBLISHED IN ATLAS 
ANGLICANUS, 1767. 

BOWLES'S NEW MEDIUM MAP OF GLOUCESTER SHIRE DIVIDED 
INTO ITS HUNDREDS, EXHIBITING THE ROADS, TOWNS AND 
VILLAGES; WITH THEIR DISTANCE FROM LONDON, CHURCH 
LIVINGS, SEATS OF THE NOBILITY AND HISTORICAL REMARKS. 
LONDON : PRINTED FOR THE PROPRIETOR CARINGTON BOWLES 
m. 69, IN ST. PAULS CHURCH YARD. BRITISH STATUTE MILES, 
12 [ = lf inches]. PUBLISHED AS THE ACT DIRECTS. 3 JAN. 1785. 
Si X 121 in. 

In Bowles's New Medium English Atlas ; or, Com- 
plete Set of Maps of the Counties of England and 
Wales . . . London : Printed for the Proprietor 
Carington Bowles, at his Map and Print Warehouse, 
No. 69, IN St. Paul's Church Yard, MDCCLXXXV, 4to. 

Bowen's title and cartouche have been erased, and the 
above title, enclosed in an oval placque, substituted. 
Distances from London are added to the towns. Coloured 
in hundreds. Below the border, Kitchin's imprint is re- 
placed by Published as the Act directs, 3. Jan. 1785." 
Top right-hand corner, " 14 " is added. 

Sir H. G. Fordham, in his Hertfordshire Maps, thinks it 
probable that a smaller edition of the New Medium English 
Atlas was issued by Carington Bowles in 1785. 

Sir H. G. Fordham also thinks that the New Medium 
English Atlas was re-issued by Bowles and Carver, as he has 
seen an impression of the map of Hertfordshire with their 
imprint. 

[MAP OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE.] 

In Bowles' Pocket Atlas of the Counties of South 
Britain or, England and Wales. London. Printed 

FOR & SOLD BY THE PROPRIETOR CaRINGTON BoWLES, 

No. 69 IN St. Pauls Church Yard, [1785]. 

Mr. Goode informs me that Sir H. G. Fordham gave him 
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1786. 

A REPRINT OF KITCHIN'S MAP OF 1751. 

In Historical Descriptions of New and Elegant 
Picturesque Views of the Antiquities of England and 
Wales . . . Published under the inspection of 
Henry Boswell, Esq. F.A.R.S. . . . London : 
Printed for Alex. Hogg, at the King's-Arms, No. 16, 
Paternoster-Row, and Sold by all Booksellers, 
Printsellers, and News-Carriers, in Town and Country. 
[1786], fol. 

A somewhat faint impression of Kitchin's map issued in 
The London Magazine in 175 1. " For the London Magazine " 
at the top, and Baldwin's imprint at the bottom, have 
been erased. 



ANOTHER COPY OF ISAAC TAYLOR'S MAP OF 1777. 

A label is pasted under the dedication, containing the 
following : " London. Printed for Wm. Faden . . . 
Augt. 2ist, 1786." 

A copy of this is in the University Library, Cambridge. 



1787. 

ANOTHER EDITION OF KITCHIN AND JEFFERY'S MAP OF 1749. 

In An English Atlas or A Concise View of England 
and Wales . . . Published as the Act directs 
I Augt. 1787. London. Printed for Robt. Sayer 
No. 53, IN Fleet Street, 4to. 

Engraved boundary hues of the hundreds are added, and 
the list of towns, below the map, reset in alphabetical order. 
Top right-hand corner, No. " 17." 

Accompanied by a page of text, with the letterpress of 
Staffordshire on the back. 



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GLOCESTERSHIRE BY JOHN GARY ENGRAVER. STATUTE MILES 
. . . 10 [ = If inches]. LONDON PUBLISHED AS THE ACT DIRECTS, 
SEPTEMBER 1st 1787 BY J. CARY ENGRAVER MAP & PRINTSELLER 
CORNER OF ARUNDEL STREET STRAND. 8| x lOf in. 

In Gary's New and Correct English Atlas : being 
A New Set of County Maps from Actual Surveys . . . 
London. Printed for John Cary, Engraver, Map and 
Print-seller, the Corner of Arundel Street, Strand. 
Published as the Act directs Septr. ist, 1787, 4to. 

A beautifully-engraved map, showing towns, villages, 
houses, parks, Forest of Dean, roads (with distances marked 
in figures), rivers and bridges. Boroughs returning members 
to Parliament are indicated by asterisks. The main roads are 
carried across the county boundary, and their destination given. 

Bottom right-hand corner, a finely engraved star 
indicator of the compass, with an elongated northern point 
and Cary's name at the southern points. Across the star is 
an oblong shaded panel bearing the title. Below, near the 
border, the scale. 

The border is formed by a thick and thin line, with a 
double inner line marked off into degrees and minutes of 
latitude and longitude. Between the border fines, at the 
bottom, " Longitude West from London." Outside the 
border, at the bottom, the imprint. 

The map is accompanied by a page of text ; both map 
and text are plain at the back. 

John Cary, an engraver and map and print seller, com- 
menced business at 188 Strand, at the corner of Arundel 
Street, in about 1783. He had, however, been engraving 
maps some few years before this. There is in the British 
Museum : "A Plan of the Navigable Canals made and now 
making in England. J. Cary sculpt. London, Pubhshed 
. by T. Lowndes . . . May 29, 1779." In the 
volume containing this plan are other undated plans of canals 
bearing Cary's signature, which may be of a still earlier date. 

In 1791 Cary removed to 181, Strand, where he remained 
till about 1824, when he gives his address as 86, St. James's 
Street, Near the Palace. After 1831 publications appeared 
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It is uncertain when John Cary died, but Sir H. G. 
Fordham thinks that possibly he was ahve as late as 1836. 

Gary's maps show a marked improvement on all previous 
publications, the engraving being beautifully clear and 
distinct. Sir H. G. Fordham, in his notes on John Cary, 
Engraver and Map-Seller . . . Cambridge . . . 1910, 
says : "It is not too much to say that Cary introduced 
a character and method of delineation which has dominated 
our cartographers from the end of the eighteenth century to 
the present time. . . . Gary's map-drawing is marked 
by a particular delicacy and clearness, and has always the 
brilliancy which can be developed by the skilful hand upon 
copper-plate." The same authority also states in a footnote 
•on page 24 of his Notes on British and Irish Itineraries and 
Road-Books, Hertford, 1912, " I have since completed a 
bibliography of this geographical publisher [John Gary], 
whose output of maps, and topographical and other works 
was very considerable, including at least 500 separate maps, 
and whose work marks an epoch in the cartographical art as 
•developed in England." 

Aaron Arrowsmith, afterwards a famous geographer, 
came to London from his native place in the county of 
Durham in the year 1770, and, according to the Dictionary 
of National Biography (vol. ii. p. 123), first found employ- 
ment with John Gary, for whose county maps he made all 
the pedometer measurements and drawings. To him, in some 
measure, must be attributed the excellency of Gary's maps. 

The first atlas published by Gary was Cary's New and 
Correct English Atlas, 1787. This was followed by a beautiful 
little road atlas entitled Cary's Traveller's Companion . . . 
London, 1790, 8vo. The plates are dated Sepr. i, 1789. A 
second edition was issued with the title-page dated 1791, and 
ihe plates 1792 ; other editions followed down to 1824. 

In 1798 Cary's New Itinerary was published. Ten 
subsequent editions of this work were issued between 1798 
and 1828. 

Gary, in 1808, published the New U^tiversal Atlas, con- 
taining sixty maps in large folio. It was first issued in 
twenty parts of three maps each, the plates being dated 



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from 1799 to 1807. A second edition appeared in 1811, and 
a third in 1819. The following year, 1809, Cary brought 
out the New English Atlas, containing 46 maps, in imperial 
folio, some of which had been separately published as early 
as 1801. Accompanying this atlas is: An Index contain- 
ing The Cities, Market and Borough Towns, Parishes, and 
such other places as are Chargeable with Poor Rates, through- 
out England and V/ ales ; shewing The Amount paid agreeably 
to Returns made to Parliament, for the year ending Easter 
1803 ; also the Number of Houses in, and the Population of 
each Place, etc. The work ran through several editions. 

Among the numerous maps issued by Cary may be 
mentioned A New and Accurate Topographical Survey of the 
Environs of London, 1783. A Survey of the Country fifteen 
miles round London, 1786. A New and Accurate Plan of 
London, 1787. Cary's New Map of England, in 81 sheets, 
1794. A New Map of France Divided into departments as 
decreed by the National Assembly January 1st. 1790, 1799. 
A New Map of Ireland, and A New Map of Chinese Tartary, 
1806. A New Map of Spain and Portugal, 1807. A New 
Map of Scotland, 1808. A New Map of Sweden, ^Denmark 
and Norway, 1821. Cary's Improved Map of England and 
Wales . . . planned upon a scale of two statute miles to 
€ne inch, 1832. A New and Accurate Map of the Country 
twelve miles round London, 1833 ; and an edition of the New 
Plan of London, dated 1836, this being the latest map on 
which Gary's name appears. 

A MAP OF GLOCESTER & MONMOUTH, ENGRAVED FROM AN 
ACTUAL SURVEY ; WITH IMPROVEMENTS. 20 BRITISH STATUTE 
MILES [ = 41 inches]. J. HAYWOOD DELINT. LONDON. ENGRAVED 
FOR J. HARRISON NO. 115 NEWGATE STREET : AS THE ACT DIRECTS 
NOVR. 1st., 1787. 16i x ISf in. 

In Maps of the English Counties, with the sub- 
divisions OF Hundreds, Wapontakes, Lathes, V/ards, 
Divisions &c. To which are added two folio pages 
OF Letter-Press, to face each Map . . . London : 
Printed by and for John Harrison No. 115, Newgate- 
Street. M,DCC,XCL obi. fol. 



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A plain, bare looking map, showing towns (with their 
market days), principal villages, forests, parks, hundreds 
(with names indicated by numbers), roads, and rivers. 

Top left-hand corner, star indicator of the points of the 
compass. To the right, " References to the Hundreds." 
Bottom left-hand corner, the scale. Bottom right-hand 
corner, the title. 

The border is formed by a thick and thin line, with a 
double inner line marked off into degrees and minutes of 
latitude and longitude, lines being carried across the map 
at every ten minutes. Below the border, in bottom left- 
hand corner, the draughtsman's name. In the middle, the 
imprint. The accompanying sheet of text has the description 
of Wiltshire on the back. The map is plain on the verso. 



1788. 

A NEW MAP OF GLOCESTER SHIRE, FROM THE BEST AUTHORITIES. 
BRITISH STATUTE MILES . . . 14 [=2^ inches]. J. LODGE SC. 
LONDON. PUBLISHED AS THE ACT DIRECTS SEPTEMBER 30. 1788 
BY J. MURRAY NO. 32, FLEET STREET. 12i x lOf in. 

In The Political Magazine . . . For the year 
1788. Volume 15. London : Printed for J. Murray, 
No. 32, Fleet-Street, etc., 8vo. 

A very full and heavily engraved map, showing borough 
and market towns, principal villages, rectories, vicarages, 
forests, woods, hills, parks, roads, rivers and bridges. The 
number of members returned to Parliament by the borough 
towns is indicated by asterisks. 

Top left-hand corner, the title. On the right, the 
scale. Bottom right-hand corner, " Longitude West from 
London." Above, " Remarks." On the left, a compass 
indicator. 

The border is formed by a single line, with a double inner 
line marked off into degrees and minutes of latitude and 
longitude. Outside the border, top left-hand corner, 
Pohtical Mag. Sepr. 88." Bottom right-hand corner, the 
engraver's name. In the middle, the imprint. 



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1789. 

GLOCESTERSHIRE. BY J. GARY ENGRAVER. SCALE OF STATUTE 
MILES, 10 inch]. LONDON: PUBLISHED SEPR. 1. 1789 BY 

J. GARY ENGRAVER NO. 188 STRAND. x 5i in. 

In Gary's Traveller's Companion, or, A Delineation 
OF THE Turnpike Roads of England and Wales ; shewing 
the immediate rout to every market and borough 
Town throughout the Kingdom. Laid down from the 
BEST Authorities, on a New Set of Gounty Maps. To 

WHICH IS ADDED, An ALPHABETICAL LiST OF ALL THE MARKET 

Towns with the Days on which they are held. London. 
Printed for John Gary, Engraver, Map & Printseller, 
Strand, ist. Jany., 1790. 8vo. 

A small, clearly engraved road map, printed upon thin 
paper, showing towns, some villages, canals, parks, roads 
(with distances from town to town), rivers and bridges. 

At the top, the outside border line is carried up to form 
an oblong panel, which is vertically hatched, and contains 
the title. Resting upon the panel is half of a star indicator 
of the points of the compass, with indications N., E., W. 
On the left of the panel, "By J. Gary," and on the right,, 
" Engraver." Bottom right-hand corner, the scale. At the 
bottom, in a panel formed by a fine line across the plate, 
distances from London to the various towns in the county. 

The border is formed by a double line. Below the 
border the imprint. The map is plain on the back. 

Sir H. G. Fordham, in his Notes on British and Irish 
Itineraries and Road-Books, Hertford, 1912, mentions eleven 
editions of this atlas: 1790, 1791, 1806, 1810, 1812, 1814, 
1819, 1821, 1822, 1824 ^nd 1828. 

A MAP OF GLOCESTERSHIRE FROM THE BEST AUTHORITIES. 
ENGRAVED BY J. GARY. SCALE OF STATUTE MILES . . . 
10 [ = Zl inches]. E. NOBLE DELINT. ET CURAVIT. 16i^ x 19 in. 

In Britannia : or, A Chorographical Description 
OF . . . England ... By William Camden. Trans- 
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Printed by John Nichols, for T. Payne and Son, Castle- 
Street, St. Martin's ; And G. G. J. And J. Robinson, 
Pater-Noster-Row, MDCCLXXXIX. fol. 

A clearly engraved map, in the same style as the maps 
in Gary's New and Correct English Atlas. Shows towns, 
villages, churches, hills, hundreds (with names indicated by 
numbers), castles, houses, parks, foiests, woods, roads, rivers 
and bridges. The number of members returned to Parliament 
is indicated by asterisks. 

Top left-hand corner, the title and engraver's name. 
Bottom right-hand corner, the draughtsman's name. Above, 
in two columns, " References to the Hundreds." On the 
left, the scale, and above, a very fine star indicator of the 
points of the compass. 

The border is formed by a thick and a thin line, and a 
double inner line marked off into degrees and minutes of 
latitude and longitude. Between the border lines at the 
bottom : 11° Longitude West from London." Plain at 
the back. 

A SKETCH OF GLOCESTER SHIRE AND ITS ENVIRONS. WOODMAN & 
MUTLOW SC. RUSSEL COURT. PUBLISHED ACCORDING TO ACT 
OF PARLIAMENT MAY 12th. 1789, BY G. NICOL, PALL MALL. 

■81- X 7| in. 

In The Rural Economy of Glocestershire . . . 
By Mr. Marshall. Glocester : Printed by R. Raikes 
POR G. Nicol, Pall Mall, London. 1789. 8vo. 

The rivers and hills are the principal feature of this 
somewhat peculiar map. It takes in a considerable portion 
of the surrounding counties. 

Shows principal towns, hills, vales, road from Oxford to 
Gloucester, and thence to Hereford, and rivers. 

Top left-hand corner, just below Hereford, a small 
compass indicator. Bottom right-hand corner, the title. 

The border is formed by a thick line, with a double inner 
line marked off into degrees and minutes of latitude and 
longitude. Below the border in the right-hand corner, the 
engraver's name, and in the middle, the imprint. 



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[A MAP OF THE COUNTY OF GLOUCESTER, BY WILLIAM 
TUNNICLIFF, 1789.] 

In A Topographical Survey of the Counties of 
Somerset, Gloucester, Worcester, Stafford, Chester, 
AND Lancaster. Containing a new engraved map of 

EACH COUNTY . . . By WiLLIAM TuNNICLIFFE, LaND 

Surveyor, Bath. 1789. 8vo. 

I have not seen this work, but it is referred to in The 
Bibliographer' s Manual of Gloucestershire Literature . 
by Francis Adams Hyett . . . and The Rev. William 
Bazeley . . . Gloucester. 1895. 8vo. 

1790. 

GLOUCESTERSHIRE. Size of page, 4i X 7^ in. 

In England Delineated ; or, A Geographical Des- 
cription OF EVERY County in England and Wales (by 
John Aikin) . . . London : Printed by T. Bensley ; 
FOR J. Johnson, St. Paul's Church-Yard. M.DCC.XC. 
8vo. 

A bare looking outhne map, without a border or any 
ornament whatever. Shows towns, rivers. Forest of Dean, 
and the Stroud Canal connecting the Thames and the 
Severn. 

Across the top of the page, the title. Around the county 
boundary the names of the adjoining counties are given. 
Plain at the back. 

The first edition of this work was published in 1788, but 
without maps. 

1792. 

A REPRINT OF THE MAP ENGRAVED FOR J. HARRISON, 1787. 

In Maps of the English Counties by J. Harrison, 
London, 1792. obi. fol. 

I have not seen this edition, but it is mentioned by 
Sir H. G. Fordham in his Hertfordshire Maps. 



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A REPRINT OF GARY'S SMALL ROAD MAP OF 1789. 

In Gary's Traveller's Companion . . . London. 
Printed for John Gary, Engraver . . . ist. Jany. 

1791. 8vo. 

The maps in this edition of the atlas are dated Sepr. i, 

1792. They are printed on thick paper, and on both sides. 
In the 1789 issue were three roads going north from 

Tewkesbury, the middle one having the destination " to 
Pershore." This middle road is erased in this edition, and 
" to Pershore " transferred to the eastern road south of the 
Avon ; " River Avon " being placed north of the river. On 
the south-eastern border two roads which were bracketed 
with " to Burford " are now carried over the border to a 
junction at Burford. On the south " to Gricklade and 
Highworth " is erased, and " Gricklade " re-engraved in a 
line with the county boundary. At the back, the map of 
Hampshire. 

GLOUCESTERSHIRE. ENGRAVED BY B. BAKER, ISLINGTON. SCALE 
OF MILES, 10 [ = inches]. 7 x 9 in. 

In The Universal Magazine of Knowledge and 
Pleasure . . . Vol. xc. London : Published . . . 
By W. Bf,nt, at the King's Arms, Pater-Noster Row, 
1792. 8v0' 

The principal feature of the map is the roads. The main 
roads are continued across the county boundary to the towns 
in the adjoining counties. 

Shows towns, principal villages, parks, roads and rivers. 
The number of members returned to Parliament by the 
boroughs is shown by asterisks. 

Bottom right-hand corner, in a long slightly oval- 
shaped panel, the title, and immediately below, the en- 
graver's name. Below this, the scale. 

The border is formed by a thick and a thin line, with 
double lines inside marked off into degrees and minutes of 
latitude and longitude. Between the border lines, at the 
bottom : " Longitude West from London." 



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1793. 

A REPRINT OF GARY'S MAP OF 1787. 

In Gary's New and Correct English Atlas . . . 
London : Printed for John Gary, Engraver & Map- 
seller, No. 181, NEAR Norfolk-Street, Strand. Pub- 
lished AS THE Act directs Jany. ist. 1793. 4to. 

An unaltered impression, still retaining the original date, 
with the roads, parks, and county boundary coloured. The 
accompanying sheet of text has been corrected and reset. 

The maps in the British Museum copy of this edition of 
the atlas, with the exception of Durham, which is dated 
1793, all bear the original date of 1787. In the following 
counties Gary's address is corrected to " 181 Strand," or 
simply " Strand " : Berks, Bucks, Essex, Hants, Hertford, 
Leicester, Middlesex, Northampton, Oxford, Stafford and 
Surrey. 

Sir H. G. Fordham has evidently seen a copy of this 
■edition with the maps dated 1793, as he quotes the Hertford- 
shire map as being re-engraved and dated 1793, and states 
that : " The maps in this series are all of the same date, 
•except that of Dorset, which is dated (in error) 1795." 

1794. 

A REPRINT OF THE MAP IN THE NEW BRITISH TRAVELLER BY 
G. A, WALPOOLE, 1784. 

In The New and Gomplete English Traveller . . . 
By William Hugh Dalton Esqr. . . . London : 
Printed for Alex. Hogg, No. 16, Paternoster Row, 
etc. [1794]. fol. 

Precisely the same as the original issue. 

1795. 

ANOTHER EDITION OF THE MAP ENGRAVED BY J. LODGE, 1788. 

In [A GoLLECTiON OF Maps of the counties of England, 
T795], 8vo. 

The -imprint, engraver's name, and PoHtical Mag. 
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A REPRINT OF THE MAP IN ENGLAND DELINEATED BY J. AIKIN, 
1790. 

In England Delineated . . . Third Edition . . . 
London : Printed for J. Johnson, St. Paul's Church- 
Yard. M.DCC.XCV. 8vo. 



1796. 

A REPRINT OF THE BIRD'S-EYE VIEW OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE BY 
G. BICKHAM, 1751. 

In A Curious Antique Collection of Birds-Eye 
Views of the several Counties in England & Wales ; 

EXHIBITING A PLEASING LANDSCAPE OF EaCH CoUNTY . . . 

Finely Engraved on Forty Six Plates. By George 
BiCKHAM, Junior. London : Published by Robert 
Laurie and James Whittle, Map, Chart, and Print- 
sellers, No. 53, Fleet Street (Successors to the late 
Mr. Robert Sayer.) 1796, 4to. 

The plate has been reduced about |-mch at top and 
bottom, thus cutting off the title and dedication at the top,, 
and the note and imprint at the bottom. Re-engraved above 
the view : " Gloucestershire." With the number " 13 " in 
top right-hand corner. 

A REPRINT OF THE MAP ENGRAVED BY WOODMAN & MUTLOW, 
1789. 

In The Rural Economy of Glocestershire . . , 
By Mr. Marshall . . . Glocester. Printed by R. 
Raikes for G. Nicol . . . 1796. 8vo. 

The second edition of The Rural Economy of Glocester- 
shire, presumably with the map issued in the first edition. 

The work is mentioned in The Bibliographer's Manual of 
Gloucestershire Literature . . . by F. A. Hyett . 
and the Rev. W. Bazeley . . . Gloucester . . . 1895, 
and there is a copy in the Bodleian Library, Oxford. 



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1800. 

SECOND EDITION OF ISAAC TAYLOR'S MAP OF 1777. 

The only alteration, apparently, is that the imprint 
and note in the bottom of the cartouche are replaced 
by : London Published by W. Faden, Geographer to 
the King, and H.R.H. the Prince of Wales. Charing; 
Cross Novr. 24. 1800. Second Edit." Coloured in 
outline. 



A FURTHER REPRINT OF THE MAP IN ENGLAND DELINEATED BY 
J. AIKIN, 1790. 

In England Delineated . . . Fourth edition. 
. . . London : Printed for J. Johnson, St. Paul's 
Church Yard, By T. Bensley, Bolt Court, Fleet Street, 
1800. 8vo. 



THE COUNTY OF GLOCESTER, SURVEYED BY ISAAC TAYLOR, AND 
PLANNED FROM A SCALE OF TWO MILES TO ONE INCH. SCALE OF 
STATUTE MILES, 9 [=^ inches]. LONDON, PUBLISHED BY WM. 
FADEN, GEOGR. TO THE KING, AND TO H.R.H. THE PRINCE OF 
WALES, CHARING CROSS, FEBY. 1st 1800. 22i X 26^ in. 

A beautifully engraved map, coloured in outhne, reduced 
from Isaac Taylor's large map of 1777. 

Shows towns, villages, parks, houses (with names of 
occupiers or owners), churches, chapels, hills, forests, woods, 
farms, camps, mills, roads (with distances from London and 
from town to town), canals, and rivers. 

Top left-hand corner, a plan of the " City of Glocester." 
Bottom right-hand corner, the title, imprint, and scale ; and 
below, a note referring to distances on the main roads and 
cross roads. 

The border is formed by a thick line, with a double inner 
line marked off into degrees and minutes of latitude and 
longitude. 



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1801. 

A NEW MAP OF THE COUNTY OF GLOCESTER DIVIDED INTO 
HUNDREDS. LONDON PRINTED FOR C. SMITH NO. 172 STRAND. 
JANUARY 6th. 1801. SMITH & JONES SCULP. PENTONVILLE. SCALE, 
10 MILES [=3f inches]. 17f x 19f in. 

In Smith's New English Atlas Being a Complete 
Set of County Maps, Divided into Hundreds On which 

ARE DELINEATED ALL THE DiRECT AND CrOSS RoADS . . . 

Cities, Towns, and most considerable Villages, Parks, 
Gentlemen's Seats, Rivers, and Navigable Canals 

. . . ACCOMPANIED BY AN InDEX ViLLARIS . . . 

London. Printed for C. Smith, Map seller, No. 172 
(Corner of Surrey Street,) Strand. 1804. fol. 

A well engraved map, coloured in hundreds, very similar 
to Cary's map of the same year. It is the first to give the 
longitude from Greenwich. Shows towns (with their 
distances from London in miles), villages, churches and 
chapels, gentlemen's seats, parks, forests, woods, hills, 
hundreds (with names indicated, by numbers), canals, roads 
(with distances in miles from town to town), rivers and 
bridges. The map breaks into the border in two places on 
the eastern side. The roads are carried over the county 
boundary, and their destinations given. 

Top left-hand corner, the title and imprint. On the 
right, a star compass indicator, with the engravers' names 
below. Bottom right-hand corner, in two columns, 
" Reference to the Hundreds." On the left, the " Explana- 
tion," and below, the scale. 

The border is formed by two fine lines, with an inter- 
mediate thick one, and a double inner line marked off into 
degrees and minutes of latitude and longitude. Between 
the border lines at the bottom, " Longitude West from 
Greenwich." 

The map of England, and those of the counties, are 
dated January 6th. 1801, and were issued separately at 
that time. They were brought together, with a map of 
Wales in two sheets dated 1804, and published collectively 
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These maps bear a considerable resemblance to those in 
Gary's New English Atlas . . . London . . . 1809, 
so much so that one would imagine they were taken from 
the same source. 

Sir H. G. Fordham states that editions were issued in 
1808, 1818, 1821, 1827, 1843 and 1846 ; but the only copies 
known to me are those in the British Museum, 1804 and 
1808. 

A NEW MAP OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE, DIVIDED INTO HUNDREDS, 
EXHIBITING ITS ROADS, RIVERS, PARKS &c. BY JOHN GARY, 
ENGRAVER. 1801. SCALE 10 MILES [=3| inches]. LONDON 
PUBLISHED BY J. GARY, ENGRAVER AND MAP-SELLER, STRAND 
SEPTR. 28. 1801. 19 x 22 in. 

In Gary's New English Atlas ; Being A Complete 
Set of County Maps, from actual Surveys, corres- 
ponding IN size with his General Atlas ; On which are 
particularly Delineated Those Roads which were 

MEASURED BY OrDER OF THE RiGHT HONOURABLE THE 

Postmaster-General, By John Cary ... To which 
IS ADDED A Copious Index . . . London : Printed 
FOR J. Cary, Engraver and Map-Seller, No. 181 near 
NoRFOK (sic) Street, Strand. 1809. ^^1. 

A beautifully engraved map. The first map of Cary's 
to give the longitude from Greenwich. The survey and 
drawing were very probably executed by the famous 
geographer, Aaron Arrowsmith, who assisted Cary in the 
production of his county maps. There is a great similarity 
between this and C. Smith's map of the same year. 

Shows towns, villages, hamlets, some churches, seats, 
parks, hills, hundreds (with their names), forests, woods, the 
Thames and Severn Canal, roads and rivers. 

The main roads are named, and on the Bristol to London 
road the distances from London are given mile by mile. On 
other roads the distances from town to town are marked in 
miles. At all the towns the distance from London is 
indicated.- The main roads are carried across the county 
boundary, and their destinations given. Coloured in 
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Top left-hand corner, a star indicator of the points of the 
compass. Bottom right-hand corner, an^oval plaque, 
shaded around the bottom edge, containing the title. Below,^ 
in an oblong panel, vertically shaded, the scale. 1 

The border is formed by two fine lines, with an inter- 
mediate thick one, and a double inner line marked off into 
degrees and minutes of latitude and longitude. Between 
the border lines at the bottom : " Longitude West from 
Greenwich." Below the border, the imprint. 

This atlas was published in parts, and the maps sold 
separately at 3s. 6d. each. The parts were brought together 
and issued as a complete atlas in 1809. 

1803. 

A FURTHER REPRINT OF THE MAP ISSUED IN ENGLAND 
DELINEATED BY J. AIKIN, 1790. 

In England Delineated . . . Fifth edition 
. . . London : Printed for J. Johnson ... by 
T. Bensley . . . 1803. 8vo. 

THE COUNTY OF GLOUCESTER. SCALE OF MILES ... 10 
[=1^ inches]. ENGRAVED BY JOSEPH MUTLOW, GLOUCESTER. 
PUBLISHED FOR THE EDITOR OF THE HISTORY OF GLOUCESTER- 
SHIRE. COMPRESSED DECEMBER 31st. 1803. 8| x 11 in. 

In The History of the Counties of Gloucestershire ; 

COMPRESSED, AND BROUGHT DoWN TO ThE YeAR 1803 

. . . By The Rev. Thomas Rudge . . . Gloucester : 
Printed for the Author, By G. F. Harris, Herald 
Newspaper Office ; and sold by Longman and Rees, 
London ; Washbourn, Hough, and Roberts, Gloucester 
. . . 1803. 8vo. 

This map bears a remarkable resemblance to Gary's 
map of 1787, and was no doubt copied directly from that 
plate. 

Shows towns, villages, churches, gentlemen's seats, parks,, 
forests, canals, roads with distances, rivers and bridges. 
The main roads cross the county boundary, and destina- 
tions given. 

Top left-hand corner, star compass indicator. Bottom 



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right-hand comer, enclosed by an oval line, the title. In the 
middle at the bottom, the scale. 

The border is formed by a single line, with a double inner 
line marked off into degrees and minutes of latitude and 
longitude. Between the border lines, at the bottom, 
" Longitude West from London." Below the border, in 
the middle, the imprint ; in the right-hand corner, the 
engraver's name. Top right-hand corner, outside the 
border, " Plate i." 

GLOUCESTERSHIRE. SCALE OF 20 MILES l=i inch]. SOLD BY 
J. LUFFMAN 28, LITTLE BELL ALLEY, COLEMAN STREET, LONDON. 
2f inches in diameter. 

In A New Pocket Atlas and Geography of England 
AND Wales, Illustrated with Fifty-five Copper plates 
. . . By John Luffman, Geogr. London. Engraved, 
Printed & Published by J. Luffman, No. 28, Little 
Bell Alley, Coleman Street. 1803. i2mo. 

A small, coloured, circular map, showing considerable 
portions of the adjoining counties. It is printed on the 
upper half of a 
i2mo. page, the 
lower portion 
being occupied 
with descriptive 
text in fourteen 
lines, three of 
which are 
printed within 
the plate mark 
of _^the map. 

I Shows towns 
and roads only. 
On| ' the blank 
portion of Wilt- 
shire is an arrow, 
with a cross line, 
indicating the 
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The circular border is formed by two fine lines with an 
intermediate thick one, and similar inner lines with a space 
of a quarter of an inch between. Within this space, at the 
top, " Gloucestershire." On the right, " Gloucester Co. Town 
100 miles from London." On the left, " Sends 8 Members 
to Parlmt." ; and at the bottom, the scale. Below the 
border, the imprint. At the top of page, "13." It is plain 
at the back. 

1804. 

ANOTHER EDITION OF C. SMITH'S MAP OF 1801. 

I have not seen a copy of this impression, but the maps 
in the second edition of Smith's New English Atlas, 1808, 
are all dated Jan. 6th, 1804 ; and added below " 2nd. Edition 
Corrected to 1808." 

Presumably these maps were again issued separately in 
1804 with the corrected dates as above, directly after the 
publication of the first edition of the atlas in 1804, being 
again corrected and issued in the 2nd. edition of the atlas 
in 1808. 

GLOCESTERSHIRE. SCALE OF MILES, 10 inch]. 3f x 4f in. 

In The Picture of England Illustrated with correct 
colour'd Maps of the several Counties . . . By 
William Green . . . Vol. i. . . . London : Printed 
FOR I. Hatchard, Bookseller to his Majesty, Piccadilly. 
1804, 8vo. 

A small outline map, engraved upside-down, the north 
being at the bottom. The roads are the chief feature of the 
map. 

Shows towns, Stroud Canal, roads (which are coloured), 
and rivers. 

Top left-hand corner, an arrow-headed indicator of the 
cardinal points of the compass, the arrow pointing down- 
wards. On the right, the scale. 

The border is formed by two plain Hues. Below the 
border, the title. Plain at the back. Accompanied by 
fourteen pages of descriptive text. 



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1805. 

ANOTHER EDITION OF GARY'S MAP ISSUED IN CAMDEN'S 
BRITANNIA, 1789. 

In Britannia : or, A Chorographical Description 
... OF England ... by William Camden. Trans- 
lated BY . . . Richard Gough. The second edition. 
. . . Printed for John Stockdale, Piccadilly ; By 
J. Nichols and Son, Red Lion Passage, Fleet Street. 
1806. fol. 

An impression of the 1789 map, with " Published by 
John Stockdale Piccadilly 26th. March 1805," added just 
above Gary's name. 

GLOCESTERSHIRE. 10 MILES [=lf inches]. DRAWN AND 
ENGRAVED UNDER THE DIRECTION OF E. W. BRAYLEY. ENGRAVED 
BY J. ROPER, FROM A DRAWING BY G. COLE ; TO ACCOMPANY THE 
BEAUTIES OF ENGLAND AND WALES. LONDON : PUBLISHED FOR 
THE PROPRIETORS BY VERNOR & HOOD, POULTRY; APRIL 1st 
1805. 7 X 91 in. 

In The British Atlas ; comprising A Complete Set 
of County Maps, of England and Wales ; with A 
General Map of Navigable Rivers and Canals ; and 
Plans of Cities and Principal Towns. London : Printed 
FOR Vernor, Hood, and Sharpe ; Longman, Hurst, Rees, 
AND Orme ; J. Harris ; J. Cuthell ; J. Cundee ; W. 
Faden ; J. AND A. Arch ; Crosby and Co. ; J. Richardson ; 
AND J. M. Richardson. 1810. 4to. 

A coloured map full of detail, and somewhat overcrowded 
in appearance. Shows cities, towns (with distances from. 
London), villages, parks and seats, castles, abbeys and 
priories, encampments, Roman roads and stations, forests, 
hills, hundreds, canals, roads (with distances in Roman 
numerals from town to town), and rivers. The number of 
members returned to Parliament by each borough is indicated 
by asterisks. The main roads are carried across the county 
boundary to the next town in the adjoining county. 

Top left-hand corner, list of the hundreds. On the right, 
a small star compass indicator. Bottom right-hand corner :; 
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The border is formed by two fine lines, with an inter- 
mediate thick one, and a double inner line marked off into 
degrees and minutes of latitude and longitude. In the 
middle, at the top, the outer border lines are slightly raised 
to form a panel for the title. Between the border lines at the 
bottom, Drawn and engraved under the direction of 
E .W. Brayley." Below the border, the imprint, and in the 
left corner, " Engraved by J. Roper from a drawing by 
G. Cole." In the right corner, " to accompany the Beauties 
of England and Wales." 

1806. 

A REPRINT OF GARY'S SMALL ROAD MAP OF 1789. 

In Gary's Traveller's Companion . . . London : 
Printed for John Cary, Engraver and Map-seller, 
Strand, 1806. 8vo. 

The date on the map is corrected to " July i, 1806." I 
"have not seen this edition, but Mr. G. Goode, of the Cambridge 
University Library, has supplied me with information from 
a copy in his charge. 

ANOTHER EDITION OF THE MAP ENGRAVED BY B. BAKER IN THE 
UNIVERSAL MAGAZINE, 1792. 

In Laurie and Whittle's New and Improved English 
Atlas, divided into Counties : shewing Their Respective 
Situations, Boundaries, and Extent . . . London : 
Printed and Published By Robert Laurie and James 
Whittle, No. 53, Fleet-Street. 1807. obL 8vo. 

A coloured impression, with a star indicator added as a 
background to the panel bearing the title, the points coming 
below the panel and partly obliterating the engraver's name. 
Distances of the principal towns from London have been 
corrected, Bristol now being 114 instead of 117, Gloucester 
104 instead of 100, Tewkesbury 104 in place of 103, and so 
on. Below the border is added : " Published October 13th. 
1806 by Laurie & Whittle, No. 53 Fleet Street London." 
Plain at the back. Accompanied by a sheet of text giving 
antiquities, seats, fairs, markets, etc. 



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A REPRINT OF LUFFMAN*S SMALL CIRCULAR MAP OF 1803. 

In A New Pocket Atlas and Geography . . . 
By John Luffman . . . , London : Printed for 
Lackington, Allen and Co., Temple of the Muses 
Finsbury Square, 1806. 8vo. 

An unaltered impression of the 1803 issue, coloured in 
outline, and printed nearer the top of the paper, thus leaving 
more room between the m.ap and the letterpress on the lower 
half of the page. 

A copy of the atlas is in the University Library, 
Cambridge. 

GLOCESTERSHIRE. SCALE OF STATUTE MILES, 10 inch]. 

4]^ X ^ in. 

In Topographical and Statistical Description of 
the County of Gloucester ... By George Alexander 
Cooke . . . London : Printed for C. Cooke, No. 17, 
Paternoster Row by Brimmer and Co., Water Lane, 
Fleet Street, . . . [1806]. i2mo. 

A small map, coloured in hundreds, on the same scale 
and very much like Gary's road map of 1789. Shows towns 
(with distances from London), principal villages, parks, 
hundreds (with names indicated by numbers), roads, rivers 
and bridges. 

Top left-hand corner, a small indicator of the points 
of the compass. Bottom right-hand corner, list of the 
hundreds in two columns. On the left, the scale. The 
outside border at the top is carried up one-eighth of an inch, 
which forms a vertically shaded panel containing the title. 
The main roads are carried well over the county boundary, 
and their destinations given. 

The border is formed by two lines, with a double inner 
line marked off into degrees of latitude and longitude. 
Betv/een the border lines at the bottom, " Long. West from 
Green v/ich." Below the border, a note referring to the 
cities and towns. Plain at the back. 

Accompanying the map is an " Index of Distances from 
Town to Town, in the County of Gloucester," and " An 

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Itinerary of the Direct and Principal Cross Roads, in 
Gloucestershire. In which are included the Stages, Inns, 
and Gentlemen's Seats." 

1807. 

MAP OF THE SOIL OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. [SCALE], 12 MILES 
[=2J inches]. 9f x in. 

In General View of the Agriculture of the County 
OF Gloucester. Drawn up for the Consideration of 
The Board of Agriculture and internal Improvement, 
By Thomas Rudge, B.D. London : Printed for Richard 
Phillips, No. 6, Bridge-Street ; Sold by Wilkie and 
Robinson, Paternoster-Row ; J. Asperne, Cornhill, 
London ; Hough and Son, and Washbourn, Gloucester ; 
Ruff, and Jones, Cheltenham ; Reddell, Tewkesbury ; 
Jenner, Stroud ; Stevens and Watkins, Cirencester ; 
Arch. Constable and Co., Edinburgh ; and J. Archer, 
Dublin . . . 1807. 8vo. 

A geologically coloured map, in general appearance some- 
what like the map engraved by J. Mutlow, and issued in The 
History of the Comity of Gloucester, by T. Rudge, but with 
much less general detail. 

Shows towns, principal villages, hills, forests, canals^ 
rivers, and geology. 

Top left-hand corner, star compass indicator. On the 
right, in II lines, " Explanation of the colouring." Bottom 
right-hand corner, in an oval panel, the title. Below, the 
scale. 

The border is form.ed by a thick and a thin line, with a 
double inner line marked off into degrees and minutes of 
latitude and longitude. 

1808. 

ANOTHER EDITION OF C. SMITH'S MAP OF 1801. 

In Smith's New English Atlas . . . London . . , 
1804, 2ND. Edition Corrected. 1808. fol. 

A somewhat fainter and differently coloured impression 
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6th. 1804, and below is added, 2nd, Edition Corrected tO' 
1808." On the north-western border, the note from Ross 
to Ledbury 13 miles," is erased, and the road from Preston 
continued to Ross. The road from Gloucester is continued 
northward to Upton, and the roads from Tewkesbury and 
Bengeworth are both carried to a junction at Pershore. On. 
the north-west corner, an engraved boundary line has been 
added from the river near Milford Bridge to the Stour near- 
Preston. The road from Stratford is continued to Shipston- 
on-Stour. Lower down, the road from Stow is continued 
to Burford. On the south, the road from Cirencester is 
continued to Cricklade, and the county boundary at Thames 
Head is considerably altered. The roads from Cirencester,. 
Tetbury, and Chipping Sodbury are extended to Malmsbury. ^ 

GLOCESTERSHIRE IN WHICH IS LAID DOWN EVERY PARISH & 
PLACE CONTAINING UPWARDS OF 40 HOUSES. BRITISH MILES, 
10 [=1 inch]. COOPER DELT. ET SCULPT. PUBLISHED JANY. Ist. 
1808, BY R. PHILLIPS, BRIDGE STREET, BLACKFRIARS, LONDON.. 
X 4 in. 

In A Topographical Dictionary of the United- 
Kingdom . . . accompanied by forty-six Maps, drawn 

PURPOSELY FOR THIS WORK, ON AN ORIGINAL PLAN. By 

Benjamin Pitts Capper, Esq. London : Printed for. 
Richard Phillips, Bridge-Street, Bl^.ckfriars . . .. 
1808. J. G. Barnard, Printer, Snow-Hill. 8vo. 

A small, clearly engraved map, coloured in hundreds.. 
Shows borough and market towns, principal villages, hundreds 
(names indicated by numbers), Breedon Hill, roads and 
rivers. 

Top right-hand corner, list showing the number of 
parishes, houses, inhabitants, acres of land, etc. Belo w 
list of the " Hundreds." Bottom right-hand corner, thc- 
scale. Above, in an oblong panel, the title. Near th& 
middle at the bottom, an indicator of the cardinal points of 
the compass. 

The border is formed by a thick and a thin line. Outside 
the border, top right-hand corner, " Plate XHI." At the- 
bottom, the imprint and engraver's name. Plain at the back. 



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1809. 

ANOTHER EDITION OF GARY'S QUARTO MAP OF 1787. 

In Gary's New and Correct English Atlas . . . 
London . . . July ist. 1809. 4to. 

I have not seen this edition. There is a copy in the 
University Library, Cambridge. 

A REPRINT OF THE MAP ISSUED IN ENGLAND DELINEATED BY 
J. AIKIN, 1790. 

In England Delineated . . . Sixth edition . . . 
London : Printed for J. Johnson, St. Paul's Church- 
Yard, 1809. 8vo. 

This is the last reprint of the 1790 map. 

1810. 

A REPRINT OF GARY'S SMALL ROAD MAP OF 1789. 

In Cary's Traveller's Companion . . . London, 
1810. 8vo. 

This edition is mentioned by Sir H. G. Fordham in his 
Notes on British and Irish Itineraries and Road Books, 
Hertford, 1912. 

GLOCESTERSHIRE. SCALE OF MILES, 12 [=f inch]. LONDON, 
PUBLISH'D BY J. WALLIS, ENGRAVER, 77 BERWICK STR. SOHO. 

.3| X 5J in. 

In Wallis's New Pocket Edition of the English 
Counties or Travellers Companion in which are care- 
fully laid Down all the Direct & Cross Roads, 
Cities, Townes, Villages, Parks, Seats, and Rivers. 
WITH A General Map of England i [sic] Wales. London 
Published by J. Wallis Engraver, Berwick St. Soho. 
AND Sold by Davies & Eldridge, Exeter. [1810]. i2mo. 

A small coloured map, showing towns (with distances 
from London), villages, canals, seats, parks, roads and rivers. 
The number of members returned to Parliament is indicated 
by asterisks. 



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Top left-hand comer, the scale. Bottom right-hand 
corner, star indicator of the compass. 

The border is formed by a thick and a thin line, with a 
double inner line marked off into degrees of latitude and 
longitude. At the top, the outer lines are slightly raised in 
order to make room for a panel, vertically shaded, containing 
the title. At the bottom, the same lines are carried down 
three-eighths of an inch lower than the inner lines, to form a. 
panel for the " Explanation." Between the inner border 
lines at the bottom, Long. W. of Greenh." Top right-hand 
corner, ''13." At the bottom, the imprint. Plain at the 
back. 

1811. 

A REPRINT OF GARY'S LARGE MAP OF 1801. 

In Gary's New English Atlas . . . By J. Gary 
. . . London . . . 1811, fol. 

The date in the cartouche is corrected to 1811, and that 
in the imprint to Apr. 28. 1811. 

1812. 

A REPRINT OF GARY'S SMALL ROAD MAP OF 1789. 

In Gary's Traveller's Gompanion . . . London^ 
1812, 8vo. 

This edition is mentioned by Sir H. G. Fordham in his. 
Notes on British and Irish Itineraries and Road Books, 
Hertford, 1912. 

1813. 

A REPRINT OF THE MAP ISSUED IN GENERAL VIEW OF THE 
AGRIGULTURE OF THE GOUNTY OF GLOUCESTER, 1807. 

In General View of the Agriculture of the Gounty 
OF Gloucester . . . London : Printed for Sherwood, 
Neely, and Jones, Paternoster Row . . . 1813. 8vo. 

I have not seen this edition. It is noted in The Biblio- 
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F. A. Hyett . . . and The Rev. W. Bazeley . . . Glou- 
cester . . . 1895, 8vo. 

F. A. Hyett, Esq., Painswick House, Painswick, possesses 
■copies of both editions. 

A REPRINT OF COOPER'S MAP OF 1808. 

In A Topographical Dictionary of the United 
Kingdom . . . By B. P. Capper, Esq. London : 
Printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown, 
Paternoster Row, 181 3. 8vo. 

An uncoloured impression, still bearing the original 
imprint and date. 

GLOCESTERSHIRE. ENGRAV'D BY J. WALLIS. SCALE OF MILES, 
10 [=1^ inches]. PUBLISH'D BY S. A. ODDY, 1813. 6f x 10^ in. 

In A New and Improved County Atlas. Wallis's 
I^Ew British Atlas . . . London : Published by J. 
Wallis, 1812. fol. 

A very clear map, coloured in hundreds, showing towns 
(with distances from London), villages, parks, roads, canals, 
and rivers. 

Top left-hand corner, the title, in a long vertically 
hatched panel, which runs through a star compass indicator. 
Below the points of the star, the engraver's name. Bottom 
left-hand corner, the scale. Bottom right-hand corner, list 
of the "Hundreds." Above: "Explanation." 

The border is formed by two fine lines, with an inter- 
mediate thick one, and a double inner line marked off into 
degrees and minutes of latitude and longitude. Below the 
border, the imprint. 

The atlas could not have been actually issued before 
1813, as there are eight maps in the series so dated. 

From a copy of the atlas in the Cambridge University 
Library. 

1814. 

A REPRINT OF GARY'S SMALL ROAD MAP OF 1789. 

In Cary's Traveller's Companion. London, 1814. 
Svo. 



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The imprint on each map is corrected to " May ist, 
1814." 

A copy of this edition of the atlas is in the University 
Library, Cambridge. 

DIOC. GLOUC. A. ARROWSMITH DELIN. A.D. MDCCCXIV. 18f X 
15i in. 

In Valor Ecclesiasticus Temp. Henr. VIII . . . 
Vol. 2. Printed by Command of His Majesty King 
George III. . . . 1814. fol. 

A clearly printed map, combined with the Diocese of 
Oxford, divided into deaneries, showing rectories, vicarages, 
curacies, chapelries, and rivers. 

Top left-hand corner, the title, Bottom left-hand corner, 
list of parishes in the City of Gloucester. Top right-hand 
corner : " Dioc. Oxon." Bottom right-hand corner, list of 
parishes in the City of Oxford. 

The border is formed by a thick line between two fine 
ones, with a double inner line marked off into degrees of 
latitude and longitude. Above the border : " Tabula- 
Juxta Ecclesiasticum XXVF. Henrici VIII. Institutum- 
Geographica." Below the border, the engraver's name 
and date. 

1816. 

A REPRINT OF THE MAP ENGRAVED BY J. ROPER FOR THE BEAUTIES 
OF ENGLAND AND WALES, 1805. 

In English Topography : or, A Series of Historical 
AND Statistical Descriptions of the several Counties 
OF England and Wales. Accompanied by A Map of 
EACH County . . . [By J. Nightingale.] London : 
Printed for Baldwin, Cradock, and Joy, Paternoster 
Row. 1816. 4to. 

An unaltered impression, still bearing the original 
imprint and date. 

Sir H. G. Fordham, in his Hertfordshire Maps, mentions 
another issue of this work, the maps having the imprints 
erased, but the preface retaining the original date : London, 
October, 1816." The imprint of the atlas is corrected to 
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A NEW MAP OF THE COUNTY OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. DIVIDED 
INTO HUNDREDS. BY MR. THOS. DIX. SCALE OFJMILES, 10 
[=3 inches]. LONDON PRINTED JULY 6, 1816, BY W. DARTONr 
HOLBORN HILL. 13| X 17f in. 

In A Complete Atlas of the English Counties, 

DIVIDED INTO THEIR RESPECTIVE HUNDREDS . . . COM- 
MENCED BY THE LATE ThOMAS DiX, OF NORTH WaLSHAM ; 
CARRIED ON AND COMPLETED BY WiLLIAM DaRTON . . . 

London : William Darton, 58, Holborn Hill, 1822. foL 

A beautifully engraved map, coloured in hundreds, 
similar to C. Smith's large map of 1801. 

Shows towns (with distances from London), villages, 
churches, chapels, hundreds, parks, forests, woods, roads, 
canals, and rivers. 

Top left-hand corner, view of " Tewkesbury Church (East 
end) Glocestershire." On the right, in the middle, " Refer- 
ence to the Hundreds." Bottom left-hand corner, a finely 
engraved star compass indicator. Bottom right-hand corner, 
within a circular panel, the title. On the left, the 
" Explanation," and below this, the scale. 

The border is formed by a thick line between two fine 
ones, with a double inner line marked off into degrees and 
minutes of latitude and longitude. Between the border 
lines at the bottom, " Longitude West from Greenwich." 
Below the border, the imprint. 

This description is taken from the splendid copy of the 
atlas in the University Library, Cambridge. 

1817. 

LANGLEY'S NEW MAP OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. SCALE OF MILES, 
10 [=11 inches]. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY LANGLEY & BELCH 
No. 173 HIGH STREET, BOROUGH, LONDON, 1817. lOJ x 6f in. 

In Langley's New County Atlas of England and 
Wales, embellished with a beautiful vignette to each 
Map. . . . London. Published by Langley & Belch, 
173, High Street, Borough, [1818]. 4to. 

Sir H. G. Fordham possesses a copy of this atlas, and also 
an edition with the date omitted from the imprint of some 
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1818. 

A REPRINT OF GARY'S MAP OF 1787. 

In Gary's New and Gorrect English Atlas . . . 
London . . . 1818. 4to. 

Sir H. G. Fordham, in Hertfordshire Maps, says this 
edition retains the original title-page of 1787 and 1793, 
with, at the foot: Gorrected to 1818." 

A REPRINT OF GARY'S LARGE MAP OF 1801. 

In Gary's New English Atlas . . . London . . . 
1818. fol. 

This is apparently the third edition of Gary's large atlas. 
I have not seen it, but there is a copy in the University 
Library, Gambridge. 

A REPRINT OF G. SMITH'S MAP OF 180L 

In Smith's New English Atlas . . . London, 1818. 

fol. 

The maps bear the earlier date of 1804, with the addition 
of 3rd. Edition. Gorrected to 1818." 

A copy of this edition of the atlas is in the University 
Library, Gambridge. 

GLOGESTER SH. BRITISH STATUTE MILES, 8 [=1^ inches]. NEELE 
SCULPT. STRAND. PUBLISHED BY J. ROBINS & GO., ALBION PRESS, 
LONDON, JANUARY 1, 1818. 7| X 9| in. 

In The New British Traveller, or Modern Panorama 
OF England and Wales ... By James Dugdale 
. . . Vol. 2. London : Printed by and for J. and J. 
CuNDEE, Ivy Lane, Paternoster Row. 1819. 4to. 

The engraved title-page bears the imprint : " Published 
by J, Robins & Go., Albion Press, Ivy Lane, Paternoster 
Row, 1819." 

A well filled map, showing towns (with distances . from 
London), villages, parks, forests, canals, roads and rivers. 

Top left-hand corner, star indicator of the points of the 
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in a horizontally shaded oblong panel, the title. The detail 
breaks through the border on the east and west. 

The border is formed by a thick line between two thin 
ones, with a double inner line marked off into degrees and 
minutes of latitude and longitude. Between the border 
Jines, at the bottom, " Long. West from London." Below 
the border, the imprint and engraver's name. 

1819. 

A FURTHER REPRINT OF GARY'S SMALL ROAD MAP OF 1789. 

In Gary's Traveller's Companion . . . London 
.. . . 1819. 8vo. 

Mentioned by Sir H. G. Fordham in his Hertfordshire 
Maps. 

ANOTHER EDITION OF J. WALLIS'S MAP OF 1810. 

In Lewis's New Traveller's Guide, or, a Pocket 
Edition of the English Counties, Containing all the 
Direct & Cross Roads in England & Wales. With the 

DISTANCE OF EACH PRINCIPAL PlACE FROM LONDON. 

London : Publish'd by W. Lewis, No. 21 Finch Lane, 

CORNHILL, [1819]. I2mO. 

The title-page is not dated, but the preface is dated 
Oct. 16, 1819." 
An unaltered impression of the map, coloured blue. The 
earlier impression was coloured pink. The original imprint 
is erased, and London Publish'd by W. Lewis Finch Lane," 
substituted. 

The map is accompanied by a sheet of descriptive text, 
giving towns with their distances from London and from 
each other, principal inns, rivers, remarkable views, and 
the dates of fairs. 

ANOTHER EDITION OF WALLIS'S MAP OF 1813. 

In Ellis's New and Correct Atlas of England and 
Wales, being an Entire New Set of County Maps . . . 
London, [1819]. 4to. 



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I have not seen this work. Sir H. G. Fordham, in his 
Hertfordshire Maps, states that : The preface is dated 
July ist, 1819," and the maps of Berks, Cornwall, and 
Lancashire have at the top,, above the border, Second 
Edition, v/ith Considerable Improvements and Additions, by 
G. Herbert, Geographer." 

GEOLOGICAL MAP OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE, BY W. SMITH, MINERAL 
SURVEYOR. A NEW MAP OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE . . . 1819. 

An impression of Gary's large map of 1801, with an 
additional title added at the top by W. Smith. The date 
below the title is corrected to 181 9, and that in the imprint 
to " Septr. ist. 1819." Coloured to show the geological 
formation, and surrounded with notes and colour panels 
relating to the geology, with additions, below the border, 
at the bottom, of two notes referring to sections of the strata. 
The notes are engraved across the border both on the east 
and west. 

1820. 

A FURTHER REPRINT OF THE MAP ENGRAVED BY J. ROPER FOR 
THE BEAUTIES OF ENGLAND AND WALES, 1805. 

In English Topography . . . [By J. Nightingale.] 
London : Published by James Goodwin and Thomas 
McLean, 1820. 4to. 

Except the omission of the imprint, this is an unaltered 
impression of the original. 

I have not examined this edition, but it is noted by 
Sir H. G. Fordham in his Hertfordshire Maps, where he states 
that the date is problematic, but not earher than 1818. 

A REPRINT OF WALLIS'S MAP OF 1813. 

Sir H. G. Fordham, in his Hertfordshire Maps, says this 
set of maps was re-issued in 1820 by J. Phelps, No. 27 
Paternoster Row, but in what publication he does not know. 

GLOUCESTERSHIRE. ENGLISH MILES, 10 [=1^ inciies]. SIDY. HALL 
SCULP. PUB. BY S. LEIGH, 18, STRAND. 2} x 4] in. 

In an Atlas of County Maps issued with Leigh's New 
Picture of England and Wales . . . London : 



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Printed for Samuel Leigh, 18, Strand, By W. Clowes, 
Northumberland Court, 1820. i2mo. 

I have not seen this atlas, but in the introduction of the 
above work it says : " The proprietor has availed himself 
of the talents of Mr. Sidney Hall to project a series of correct 
County Maps, the same size as this work, which may be had 
in a separate volume, with a complete Index of the Towns, 
Villages, &c." For description see under 1825. 

1821. 

A FURTHER REPRINT OF GARY'S SMALL ROAD MAP OF 1789. 

In Cary's Traveller's Companion . . . London 
. . . 1821. 8vo. 

This edition is mentioned in Notes on British and Irish 
Itineraries and Road Books . . . By Sir H. G. Fordham 
. . . Hertford . . . 1912. 8vo. 

A REPRINT OF SMITH'S MAP ENGRAVED BY SMITH & JONES, 180L 

In Smith's New English Atlas . . . Printed for 
C. Smith Mapseller extraordinary to His Majesty. 
No. 172 Strand 1821. fol. 

' Mentioned by Sir H. G. Fordham in Hertfordshire Maps. 
There is a copy of this edition in the Union Club, Trafalgar 
Square, London. 

ANOTHER EDITION OF CARY'S LARGE MAP OF 1801, AS ISSUED BY 
W. SMITH IN 1819, 

An impression of the 1819 issue coloured in hundreds. 
With the geological notes and colour panels, but not geo- 
logically coloured. W. Smith's title is omitted, and the 
date, both below the title and in the imprint, is corrected 
to 1821. 

GLOCESTERSH. SCALE OF STATUTE MILES, 10 [=li inches]. NEELE 
& SON, SC. STRAND. PUBLISHED BY G. & W. B. WHITTAKER, 
AVE-MARIA LANE, 1821. 5 X 61 in. 

In The Travellers Pocket Atlas consisting of A 
Complete Set of County Maps, for England & Wales 



Maps of Gloucestershire. 



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„ . . London, Published by G. & W. B. Whittaker, 
1821. 8vo. 

A small map, coloured pink, showing towns, villages, 
parks, roads, canals and rivers. 

Top left-hand corner, in a long panel vertically hatched, 
the title. Below, the Explanation." Bottom right-hand 
-corner, the scale, and above, a small star compass indicator. 

The border is formed by a thick line between two fine ones. 

The above description is taken from an edition of the 
atlas dated 1823, in the University Library, Cambridge, but 
Sir H. G. Fordham possesses a copy dated 1821. 

A REPRINT OF THE MAP ENGRAVED BY NEELE & SON AND ISSUED 
IN THE TRAVELLER'S POCKET ATLAS, 1821. 

In Pinnock's County Histories. The History and 
Topography of Gloucestershire . . . London, [1821]. 
i2mo. 

Apparently this is a reprint of the map issued in The 
Traveller's Pocket Atlas, but I have not seen it. The work 
is quoted in The Bibliographer's Manual of Gloucestershire 
Literature . . . hy F. A. Hyett . . . and The Rev. W. 
Bazeley . . . Gloucester . . . 1895. 8vo. 

A copy of this edition is in the Bodleian Library. 

1822. 

A FURTHER REPRINT OF GARY'S SMALL ROAD MAP OF 1789. 

In Cary's Traveller's Companion . . . London 
.. . . 1822. 8vo. 

The imprint is corrected to : " London. Published by 
G. & J. Cary, No. 86, St. James's Street, 1822. 

Ijhave not seen this edition. There is a copy in the 
University Library, Cambridge. 

GLOCESTER SH. SCALE OF MILES 10 [=1^^ inches]. PICKETT SC. 
PRINTED FOR C. SMITH, NO. 172 STRAND, 1822. 7| x 9^ in. 

In Smith's New English Atlas, being a reduction 
-OF his large folio atlas Containing a Complete Set of 
County Maps, on which are delineated all the Direct 



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& Principal Cross Roads, Cities, Towns, &c. most 

CONSIDERABLE VILLAGES, PaRKS, AND NAVIGABLE CaNALS 1 

Preceded by A General Map of England & Wales. 
The whole carefully arranged according to the 
Stations & Intersections of the Trigonometrical 
Survey of England. London : Printed for C. Smith 
Mapseller-extraordinary To His Majesty. No. 172 
Strand, 1822. 4to. 

A nicely engraved map, with roads coloured. Shows 
towns (with distances from London),^ villages, parks, hills^ 
forests, roads, canals and rivers. 

Top left-hand corner, note of distances from London to 
Gloucester. The map breaks into the border on the east 
and west, and the detail is carried to the border on all sides. 

The border is formed by a thick line between two fine 
ones, with a double inner line marked off into degrees and 
minutes of latitude and longitude. The outer border lines, 
at the top, are broken by a vertically hatched panel contain- 
ing the title, arising from which is half of a star compass 
indicator, with the letters : " N., E., W." The outside 
border lines at the bottom are broken by the scale. Below 
the border, bottom right-hand corner, the engraver's name, 
and in the middle, the imprint. 

The only copy of this atlas known to me is in the University 
Library, Cambridge. 

1823. 

ANOTHER EDITION OF GARY'S QUARTO MAP OF 1787. 

In Gary's New and Correct English Atlas . . . 
Corrected to 1823. 4^0. 

I have not seen this edition. There is a copy in the 
University Library, Cambridge, with the maps undated. 

A REPRINT OF THE SMALL MAP ENGRAVED BY NEELE & SON, 1821.. 

In The Travellers Pocket Atlas ... of County 
Maps, for England & Wales . . . London. Pub- 
lished BY G. & W. B. Whittaker, 1823. 8vo. 

An unaltered impression of the 1821 issue, in the University 
Library, Cambridge. 



Maps of Gloucestershire. 



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1824. 

A FURTHER REPRINT OF GARY'S SMALL ROAD MAP, 1789. 

In Gary's Traveller's Companion . . . London 
. . . 1824. Svo. 

The imprints on Ihe maps are corrected to : " London. 
Published by G. & J. Gary No. 86 St. James's Street." 

I have not seen this edition. It is mentioned in Hert- 
fordshire Maps . . . by Sir H. G. Fordham, Hertford, 1907. 



A REPRINT OF COOKE'S MAP OF 1806. 

In Gray's New Book of Roads. The Tourists and 
Traveller's Guide to the Roads of England and Wales, 
and Part of Scotland ... By George Garrington 
Gray. London, 1824. i2mo. 

Probably an unaltered impression of Gooke's map. 

I have not seen this atlas. It is mentioned in Hertfordshire- 
Maps . . . by Sir H. G. Fordham, 1907, where it is stated 
that the set of county maps were reprinted from Gooke's 
plates. 



A FURTHER REPRINT OF THE MAP ENGRAVED BY COOPER IN 1808. 

In A Topographical Dictionary of the United 
Kingdom . . . By B. P. Gapper . . . London : 
Printed for Geo. B. Whittaker, Ave-Maria-Lane/i825.^ 
8vo. 

The statistics in the top right-hand corner have been, 
corrected. The number of parishes is now 320, in place of 
280 ; houses 60,881, in place of 46,457 ; inhabitants 335,843,. 
in place of 250,809. 

The engraver's name has been erased, and the original 
imprint replaced by : Published by G. & W. B. Whittaker,. 
13 Ave Maria Lane 1824." 



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MAP OF THE COUNTY OF GLOUCESTER, FROM ACTUAL SURVEY 
MADE IN THE YEAR 1823, BY C. & J. GREENWOOD. MOST 
RESPECTFULLY DEDICATED TO THE NOBILITY, CLERGY & GENTRY, 
OF THE COUNTY BY THE PROPRIETORS GREENWOOD, PRINGLE & 
CO. 13, REGENT STREET, PALL MALL, LONDON. PUBLISHED 
NOVEMBER 22nd. 1824. SCALE OF STATUTE MILES, 7 [=6i inches]. 
49 X 56i in. 

A large map, coloured in hundreds, very clearly engraved. 
Shows towns, villages, hamlets, churches, chapels, castles, 
priories, houses, parks, heaths, commons, hills, hundreds, 
water mills, wind mills, woods, canals, rivers, brooks, roads, 
and toll bars. Places returning members to Parliament are 
indicated by asterisks. 

Top left-hand corner, the title. Below, " Explanation," 
and below this, the scale. On the right of the title, in the 
middle of the map, a very fine star indicator of the points of 
the compass. On the right-hand side, three insets, enclosed 
with double lines, of parts of Gloucestershire, Oxfordshire, 
and Warwickshire. Bottom right-hand corner, " South- 
West view of Gloucester Cathedral." The main roads are 
carried over the county boundary with their destinations 
indicated. 

The border is formed by a thick line betv/een two fine 
ones, with a double inner line marked off into degrees and 
minutes of latitude and longitude, which are expressed in 
fi.gures at every five minutes. The space of three-eighths of 
an inch between the two sets of lines is hatched, the outer 
edge having double lines. 

C. and J. Greenwood, surveyors and publishers, projected 
a complete series of county maps on the scale of one inch to 
the mile. The survey began in 1815 with Yorkshire, and 
continued till 1834. -^^ advertisement of these maps, dated 
1824, shows that fifteen counties had already been issued. 
It is stated that the work " Has now been proceeded in with 
unremitting application during a period of nearly Ten 
Years," and " They trust they can with propriety assert, 
that within the further period of about Six Years they will 
be enabled to accomplish the highest object of their ambition, 
in the completion of the first uniform Series of Maps of the 



Maps of Gloucestershire. 



English and Welch [sic] Counties ever made from actual 
•survey." 

The whole of this set (with the exception of the maps of 
Bucks, Cambs, Hereford, Herts, Norfolk and Oxfordshire, 
which were never published), with South-East Wales, and a 
very fine map of London, make a series of thirty-four splendid 
maps, completed about 1834. 

In 1829 ^^^y began the publication of a series of smaller 
maps, including the Welsh counties, compiled from the 
original surveys. They were issued as an atlas in 1834, 
with the title : " Atlas of the Counties of England from 
Actual Surveys made from the years 1817 to 1833 by C. & J. 
Greenwood . . . Published April ist. 1834." fol. 

MAP OF THE COUNTY OF GLOUCESTER FROM ACTUAL SURVEY BY 
A. BRYANT IN THE YEARS 1823 & 1824. INSCRIBED ... TO HIS 
<5RACE THE DUKE OF BEAUFORT, K.G., LORD LIEUTENANT AND 
TO THE NOBILITY, CLERGY AND GENTRY, OF THE COUNTY. 
LONDON, PUBLISHED BY A. BRYANT, 27, GREAT ORMOND 
STREET ; DECEMBER 1st. 1824. SCALE OF MILES, 6 [=8f Inches]. 
66 X 73 in. 

A splendid map, coloured in parishes, clearly drawn and 
■engraved, and not overcrowded with detail. Shows towns, 
villages, parishes, churches, chapels, castles, parks, gentle- 
men's seats, houses, inns, nurseries, gardens, hills, hundreds, 
water mills, wind mills, heaths, commons, marshes, woods, 
fox covers, toll bars, Roman roads, turnpike and mail roads, 
cross roads, lanes, bridle ways, rivers and ponds. The 
distances from town to town are given in miles along the 
main roads, and in some cases the distance from London. 

Top left-hand corner, the title. Below, the dedication 
and imprint. To the right of the title, in the middle of the 
map, a very fine star indicator of the points of the compass. 
Above it : Longitude West from Greenwich." Bottom right- 
hand corner, five inset maps, each enclosed by three lines, 
of the detached parts of the county. Above, the Explana- 
tion." On the left, " Gloucester Cathedral. South west 
view." Below, the scale. The main roads are carried across 
the county boundary, and their destination given. The 
detail breaks into the border on all sides. 



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The border is formed by a thick hne between two fine 
ones, with a double inner hne marked off into degrees and 
minutes of latitude and longitude, which are expressed in 
figures at every five minutes. 

The space of three-quarters of an inch, between the two 
sets of lines, is hatched with double lines on the outer edge. 

Below the border in the bottom left-hand corner, " Proof." 
Towards the right-hand corner, an additional imprint. 
Published in six sheets, each about 38 X 24J inches. 

A. Bryant, a surveyor, published his own works from his 
private residence in Great Ormond Street. Judging from 
the works issued, he appears to have been a fairly successful 
rival of C. & J. Greenwood. 

Bryant published maps of the following counties : 
Bedford, 1826 ; Bucks, 1825 ; Chester, 1831 ; Gloucester, 
1824 '> Hereford, 1835 J Hertford, 1822 ; Lincoln, 1828 ; 
Norfolk, 1826 ; Northampton, 1827 ; Oxford, 1824 ; 
Suffolk, 1826 ; Surrey, 1823 ; and East Riding of Yorkshire^ 
1829. 

In the case of the counties of Bucks, Hereford, Hertford, 
Norfolk, and Oxford, Bryant filled gaps left by Greenwood ; 
but Cambridgeshire does not appear to have been issued 
by either of them. Apparently Greenwood and Bryant 
were surveying some of the counties at the same time, 
which seems a somewhat remarkable proceeding ; but it 
must be remembered that some of the counties had already 
been surveyed, and the maps pubhshed, by the Board of 
Ordnance. Nothing is known of Bryant beyond what can 
be gathered from his maps. 

1825. 

A REPRINT OF THE MAP ENGRAVED BY S. HALL AND ISSUED WITH 
LEIGH'S NEW PICTURE OF ENGLAND, 1820. 

In Leigh's New Pocket Road-Book of England 
AND Wales . . . London : Printed for Samuel 
Leigh, 18, Strand, 1825. i2mo. 

A clearly engraved map showing towns (with distances 
from London), principal villages, parks, roads, and rivers. 



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Top left-hand corner, star compass indicator. Bottom 
right-hand corner, the scale. On the Eastern side the 
border is carried out an eighth of an inch to form a panel 
for the title. 

The border is formed by a thick and a thin line. Outside 
the border, at the top right-hand corner, ''13." At the 
bottom, " Sidy. Hall sculpt. " and " Pub. by S. Leigh, 
18, Strand." 

A REPRINT OF THE MAP ISSUED IN THE TRAVELLER'S POCKET 
ATLAS, 1821. 

In Pinnock's History and Topography of England 
AND Wales . . . Vol. 2 . . . London : Printed for 
Geo. B. Whittaker, Ave-Maria Lane, 1825. Pinnock's 
County Histories. The History and Topography of 
Gloucestershire, with Biographical Sketches, &c. &c.,. 

AND A neat map OF THE COUNTY. LONDON : PRINTED FOR 
PiNNOCK AND MaUNDER, MeNTORIAN PrESS, 267 StRAND,. 

By W. Clowes, Northumberland-Court. i2mo. 

GLOCESTER SH. SCALE OF MILES, 10 [=1 inch]. LONDON. 
PUBLISHED BY R. MILLER, 24, OLD FISH ST. 2f X 4^ in. 

Miller's new Miniature Atlas containing a complete 
SET OF County Maps, in which are Carefully Delineated 
All the Principal Direct & Cross Roads, Cities, Towns, 
Villages, Parks, Seats . . . London. Published By 
R. Miller, 24, Old Fish Street, St. Pauls, [1825]. 8vo, 

A small map, the roads being its principal feature. 
Shows towns, a few villages, roads and rivers. 

Top left-hand corner, the scale. Bottom right-hand 
corner, in a long panel, the title. Above, cross-line indicator 
of the cardinal points. 

The border is formed by a thick hne between two fine 
ones, with a double inner line marked off into degrees and 
minutes of latitude and longitude. Between the border 
lines, at the bottom : " Long. West from London." Outside 
the border, at the top right-hand corner, " 40." At the 
bottom, the imprint. 



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OLOCESTERSHIRE. SCALE OF MILES, 10 [=| inch]. 2f X 3^ in. 

In The Pocket Tourist & English Atlas, Being A 
New and Complete Set of County Maps. Exhibiting 
The Whole of the Turnpike Roads, Cities .... 
London : Printed for O. Hodgson, Maiden Lane, Wood 
St. [1825]. i6mo. 

A small road map, bearing some resemblance to the 
preceding in Miller's Miniaiure Atlas. Shows towns (with 
distances from London), parks, roads and rivers. 

Top right-hand corner, an arrow, with transverse line, 
indicating the north. Bottom right-hand corner, the scale. 
The border is formed by a thick line, with horizontal hatching, 
one-eighth inch wide inside, decorated by ornaments some- 
what like spear-heads linked together. The border is 
broken at the top by a long panel containing the title, and 
at the bottom by a panel containing : " This County contains 
800,000 Acres, 280 Parishes, 2 Cities, 25 Market T., 278,536 
Inhabitants & sends 10 Mem. to Parh." 

GEOGRAPHICAL VIEW OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE DURING THE CIVIL 
WAR. T. W. W. INV. ET DEL. R. PENNY SC. 6| x 8 in. 

In BiBLiOTHECA Gloucestrensis : A Collection of 
Scarce and Curious tracts, relating to the County 
AND City of Gloucester . . . [By] John Washbourn, 
Gloucester : Printed for the Editor. MDCCCXXV. 
4to. 

A plain outline map, showing only guards and garrisons, 
battles and skirmishes, and the lines of the marches of King 
■Charles and the Earl of Essex. 

Top left-hand corner, the title. Bottom right-hand 
corner, the " Explanation." On the left, a star indicator 
of the points of the compass. The border is formed by a 
thick line with a fine inner line on which the minutes of 
latitude and longitude are expressed in figures at every five 
minutes. Between the border fines, at the bottom, W. 
of Greenh." Below the border, the initials of the draughts- 
man, and the name of the engraver. 



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/ 1826. 

A REPRINT OF THE 1824 ISSUE OF THE MAP ENGRAVED BY COOPER 
IN 1808. 

In A Topographical Dictionary of the United 
Kingdom . . . By Benjamin Pitts Capper . 
London . . . G. B. Whittaker . . . 1826. 8vo. 

An unaltered impression of the edition dated 1824, 
issued in the 1825 edition of the Dictionary. 

1827. 

A FURTHER REPRINT OF SMITH'S MAP OF 1801. 

In Smith's New English Atlas . . . London, 1827. foL 

I have not seen this edition. Sir H. G. Fordham thinks 
it probable that an edition of the atlas was issued at this date. 

1828. 

A FURTHER REPRINT OF GARY'S SMALL MAP OF 1789. 

In Gary's Traveller's Companion . . . London 
. . . 1828. 8vo. 

This copy of the Traveller's Companion is in the University 
Library, Cambridge, bound up with Gary's New Itinerary^ 
iith. edition, 1828, but it is not to be found in the British 
Museum copy of the Itinerary. 

A FURTHER REPRINT OF GARY'S LARGE MAP OF 1801. 

In Cary's New English Atlas . . London . . . 
1828. fol. 

Sir H. G. Fordham, in his Hertfordshire Maps, says : "I 
have notes of large maps of Devon, Gloucestershire, and 
Salop, by Cary, of this date, and there was, no doubt, an 
issue of his New English Atlas of 1828, but I have not seen 
a copy." 

1828-1831. 

ORDNANCE SURVEY OF ENGLAND AND WALES. SGALE OF STATUTE 
MILES, 5 [=5 inches]. 1805-1844. SIZE OF SHEETS 29 x 2^ in. 

Strictly speaking this is not a county map, but a general 
map of England from the south up to the Hull Preston 
line." Sheets 33, 34, 43 and 44 take in Gloucestershire.. 



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There is no general title to this map. Below the border, 
•on sheets 34 and 44, left-hand corner : " Published at the 
Tower of London 12th. of August 1828 by Lieut. -Colonel 
Colby of the Royal Engineers ; " in the middle, the scale, and 
in the right-hand corner : " Engraved at the Ordnance Map 
Office in the Tower, under the Direction of Lieut. -Colonel 
Colby by Benjn. Baker & Assistants. The writing by 
Ebenr. Bourne." Sheet 33 is dated 1830, and 43, 1831. 

The Ordnance Survey is too well known to require any 
•description beyond a passing remark that it is hill shaded, 
and all the surface features are given. 

This is the first map prepared from a scientific survey. 
The triangulation of the country was commenced in 1784, 
and the first pubHcation (Kent) issued in 1801. From 1777 
•down to this time the new maps of Gloucestershire were 
based upon the survey of Isaac Taylor, but from 1831 the 
Ordnance became the basis of all maps of Gloucestershire. 

1829. 

A FURTHER REPRINT OF THE 1824 EDITION OF THE MAP ENGRAVED 
BY COOPER IN 1808. 

In Topographical Dictionary of the United Kingdom 
. . . By B. p. Capper . . . London : Printed for 
Sir Richard Phillips and Co., 1829. Svo. 

An unaltered impression of the 1824 issue still bearing 
that date and imprint. 

GLOCESTERSHIRE. SCALE, 10 MILES [=2f inches]. LONDON 
PUBLISHED BY HENRY TEESDALE & CO. 302 HOLBORN. 
13f X 161 in. 

In New British Atlas, Containing a Complete Set 
OF County Maps, on which are delineated all the 
principal Cross Roads, Cities, Towns & most 
Considerable Villages, Parks, Rivers, Navigable 
Canals & Railways, preceded by General Maps of 
England, Ireland, Scotland, North & South Wales, 

THE whole carefully REVISED & CORRECTED TO THE 

YEAR, 1829. London Published by Henry Teesdale & 
Co. 302, HoLBORN. T. Barnett sc. fob 



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A very nicely engraved map, coloured in hundreds. 
The first map of the county showing railways. Shows towns 
(with distances from London), villages, churches, chapels, 
canals, forests, woods, parks, hills, hundreds, railway from 
Cheltenham to Gloucester, roads (with distances from town 
to town), and rivers. The number of members returned 
to Parliament is indicated by asterisks. 

Top left-hand corner, the title without ornament. On 
the right, in the middle of the map, a small star indicator 
of the points of the compass. Bottom right-hand corner, 
the " Reference to the Hundreds." On the left, the 
Explanation." Below, the scale. 

The border is formed by a thick line between two fine 
ones with a double inner line marked off into degrees and 
minutes of latitude and longitude. Between the border 
lines, at the bottom, " Longitude West from Greenwich." 
Below the border, the imprint. 

1830. 

A REPRINT OF COOKE'S MAP OF 1806. 

In Topographical and Statistical Description of 
THE County of Gloucester . . By George 

Alexander Cooke . . . London, [1830]. 8vo. 

There was, probably, an edition of this work about this 
date, but I have not seen it ; there is, however, in the 
British Museum, a volume for Devonshire described as the 
" Third edition," with an assigned date of 1823 '> ^^'^ ^ volume 
for Cheshire described as a " New edition," dated 1830. 

OLOUCESTERSHIRE. ENGRAVED ON STEEL BY PIGOT & SON, 
MANCHESTER. SCALE, 10 MILES [=li inches]. PUBLISHED BY 
PIGOT & CO., 59 FLEET STREET LONDON & 18 FOUNTAIN ST. 
MANCHESTER [1830]. 8| X 13| in. 

In PiGOT & Co.'s National Commercial Directory ; 
comprising . . . the following [18] counties, viz. : 
Bedfordshire . . . Gloucestershire 
Somersetshire . . . Wiltshire . . . Published 

BY J. PiGOT & Co. 17, BaSING-LaNE, & 7.8, FOUNTAIN 

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The maps are wanting in the British Museum copy of tliis 
Directory. In the preface it is stated : " The Maps that 
accompany the Volume are executed in the same style as 
those preceding them," etc. 

The map is described under the edition of 1839, issued in 
Pigot & Co.'s British Atlas. 

GLOUCESTERSHIRE. SCALE, 10 MILES [=2f inches]. DRAWN 
UNDER THE SUPERINTENDANCE OF T. L. MURRAY. HOARE & 
REEVES SC. LONDON. PUBLISHED MAY, 1st. 1830, BY T. L. MURRAY, 
19, ADAM STREET, ADELPHI. 14 x 18| in. 

In An Atlas of the English Counties Divided into 
Hundreds &c, Containing the Rivers, Roads, Parks, 
Parishes, &c. in each, exhibiting the whole of the 
Inland Navigation, Rail Roads, &c. And accompanied 
WITH Maps of England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales, 
Projected on the Basis of the Trigonometrical 
Survey. By Order of the Honble. The Board of 
Ordnance. Under the Superintendance of T. L. 
Murray. Large 4to. No date or imprint. 

A very clearly engraved map showing towns (with 
distances from London), villages, hundreds, churches, parks, 
canals, roads (with distances from town to town), and rivers. 
The number of members returned to Parliament is indicated 
by asterisks. 

Top left-hand corner, the title. Bottom right-hand 
corner, " Reference to the Hundreds." On the left, 
Explanation." Above, the scale. 

The border is formed by a thick line between two fine 
ones with a double inner line marked off, by dots, into degrees 
and minutes of latitude and longitude. Between the border 
lines, at the bottom, " Longitude West from Greenwicli." 
Below the border, on the left, the draughtsman's name ; on 
the right, the engraver's name ; in the middle, the imprint. 

GLOUCESTERSHIRE. SCALE OF MILES, 5 [--^i inch]. ENGRAVED 
BY J. BINGLEY. LONDON, G. VIRTUE, 26, IVY LANE. JUNE 1, 1830. 
8 X lOJ in. 

In The English Counties Delineated ; or, A Topo- 
graphical Description of England ... By Thomas 



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MouLE . . . Vol. 2. London : George Virtue, 26, 
Ivy Lane, Paternoster Row. 1836. 4to. 

(Frontispiece. The English Counties in the Nine- 
teenth Century, etc.) 

A clearly engraved map, the roads being the chief feature.. 
The map is surrounded by vignettes and coats of arms. 

Shows towns, villages, hundreds, parks. Forest of Dean, 
canals, roads, and rivers. 

Top left-hand corner, a view of " Gloucester Cathedral." 
Below, The ancient Seal of Gloucester." On the right, 
across the top of the map, in an elaborate oblong cartouche, 
the title. Below this, " Reference to the Hundreds." 
Bottom left-hand corner, a view of two female figures, with a 
cherub in the background. One of the figures is sitting on 
the ground holding a cup in her right hand, into which the 
second figure is pouring water from a shell. Top right-hand 
corner, the arms of the Bishop of Gloucester. Bottom 
right-hand corner, a view of Tev\^kesbury Abbey Chuh.," 
surmounted by a cross. On the left, a view of " The New 
Spa, Cheltenham," surmounted by a dish of fruit, and 
resting upon the corners of these two views, the Royal Arms 
and garter. Above this, the scale, and an arrow with 
transverse line, indicating the north. 

The border on the left and right is formed by two plain 
double lines. The border at the top and bottom is obliterated 
by the cartouche and views. 

Sir H. G. Fordham, in his Hertfordshire Maps, says : 
" This appears to be the earliest edition of the complete 
work. It has a sub-title, engraved and dated 1836 : Englands 
Topographer, or Moule's English Counties in the 19th. 
Century." In the preface it is stated that the commence- 
ment of the publication of this work was in May, 1830. 

I have not seen the 1836 issue, for which Sir H. G. 
Fordham is my authority, but have described it from the 
edition of 1837, which is in the British Museum. 

GLOCESTERSHIRE. ENGRAVED BY SIDY. HALL, ENGLISH MILES, 
16 [=2i inches]. LONDON. PUBLISHED BY CHAPMAN & HALL 
NO. 186 STRAND NOVR. 1830. 71 X 9i in. 

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AND Ireland . . . By John Gorton. . . . Vol. 2. 
London : Chapman and Hall, 186, Strand, 1833. 8vo. 

A somewhat over- crowded map, showing towns (with 
distances from London), principal villages, hundreds, hills, 
woods, forests, parks, canals, roads and rivers. 

Top left-hand corner, " Reference to the Hundreds." 
On the right, an arrow with transverse line indicating the 
cardinal points. Bottom right-hand corner, in an oblong 
panel, the title. Below, the engraver's name, and still 
lower the scale. 

The border is formed by a thick line between two thin 
■ones, with a double inner line marked off into degrees and 
minutes of latitude and longitude. 

Between the border lines, at the bottom, Longitude 
West of Greenwich." Below the border, the imprint. 

GLOUCESTERSHIRE. SCALE OF MILES, 10 [=| inch]. LONDON, 
PUBLISHED SEPTR. 1830, BY HENRY TEESDALE & CO. 302 HOLBORN. 

>6 X 7f in. 

In A New Travelling Atlas, containing a complete 
Set of County Maps, on which are Delineated all the 
Mail & Turnpike Roads, The Cities, Towns, Parks, & 
Gentlemens Seats. Preceded by General Maps of 
England & North & South Wales. The Whole Re- 
vised AND Corrected to the Year 1830. London, 
Published by Henry Teesdale & Co. 302, High Holborn. 
SMALL 4to. 

A very clearly engraved coloured map, the roads being 
its chief feature. 

Shows towns (with distances from London) , some villages, 
parks, roads, canals and rivers. 

Top left-hand corner, in a long panel, the title. Top 
right-hand corner, star compass indicator. Bottom right- 
hand corner, the scale. 

The border is formed by a thick line, with a space of 
quarter of an inch inside, hatched with long and short hues 
alternately. Below the border, the imprint. 

The only copy of this atlas known to me is in the University 
Library, Cambridge. 



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Possibly there is a later issue of this work. The University 
Library, Cambridge, possesses an edition of the map of 
Cambridgeshire showing the : " London & Cambridge Rail- 
w^ay " which was opened 29th! July, 1845. No ''7" is added 
to the top right-hand corner, and the imprint is erased. 

1831. 

ANOTHER EDITION OF GARY'S QUARTO MAP OF 1787. 

In Cary's New and Correct English Atlas . . . 
Corrected to 1831. 4to. 

The maps in this issue are not dated. I have not seen 
a copy, but the University Library, Cambridge, possesses one. 

A REPRINT OF THE MAP ENGRAVED BY S. HALL AND ISSUED WITH 
LEIGH'S NEW PICTURE OF ENGLAND, 1820. 

In Leigh's New Pocket Road-Book of England 
AND Wales . . . London, 1831. i2mo. 

At the foot of the title-page it says : " With 55 Count}/ 
Maps " ; but the county maps are wanting in the British 
Museum copy. 

A REPRINT OF TEESD ALE'S MAP OF 1829. 

In A New British Atlas . . . London. Pub- 
lished BY Henry Teesdale & Co., 1831. fol. 

There is a copy of this edition of the atlas in the 
University Library, Cambridge. 

ANOTHER EDITION OF MURRAY'S MAP OF 1830. 

In An Atlas of the English Counties . . . By 
. . . T. L. Murray, etc. 

A coloured impression of Murray's map with the date 
corrected to May ist. 1831. 

I saw a copy of this edition of the atlas, on November iith. 
1912, in the possession of Mr. T. L. Maitland of Croydon. 

GLOUCESTERSHIRE. SCALE OF MILES, 15 [=2| inches]. DRAWN 
BY R. CREIGHTON. ENGRAVED BY J. & C. WALKER. DRAWN & 
ENGRAVED FOR LEWIS' TOPOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY. 10 X 9i in. 

In A Topographical Dictionary of England . . . 
By Samuel Lewis . . . Vol. 2. London : Published 



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BY S. Lewis and Co., 87, Aldersgate-Street^ 
M.DCCCXXXI. 4to. 

A clearly engraved map very much like the map in 
Gary's New and Correct English Atlas, 1787. Shows towns,, 
principal villages, hills, canals, roads and rivers. 

Top left-hand corner, a finely engraved star compass 
indicator. Bottom right-hand corner, the scale, and above,, 
the title. 

The border is formed by a thick line between two fine 
ones, with a double inner line marked off into degrees and 
minutes of latitude and longitude. Between the border 
lines, at the bottom, " Longitude West from Greenwich." 
Below the border, left corner, the draughtsman's name ; 
right corner, engraver's name ; in the middle, the imprint. 

MAP OF THE COUNTY OF GLOUCESTER, FROM AN ACTUAL SURVEY 
MADE IN THE YEAR 1823, BY C. & J. GREENWOOD, PUBLISHED BY 
THE PROPRIETORS GREENWOOD & CO., 13 REGENT STREET PALL 
MALL, LONDON. ENGRAVED BY J. & C. WALKER, 47 BERNARD ST. 
RUSSEL SQE. CORRECTED TO THE PRESENT PERIOD AND 
PUBLISHED JANY. 26, 1831. SCALE OF MILES, 10 [=31 inches]- 
26f X 23f in. 

In Atlas of the Counties of England from Actual 
Surveys made from the Years 1817 to 1833 by C. & J. 
Greenwood, Published by the Proprietors Green- 
wood & Co. Burleigh Street, Strand, London. 
Engraved by J. & C. Walker. Published April ist, 
1834. fol. 

A nicely engraved map having the appearance of being 
over-crowded. It was prepared from* the same survey as 
Greenwood's large map of 1824, and in a similar manner. 
Shows towns, villages, churches, chapels, priories, parks, 
commons, woods, hills, hundreds, windmills, water mills, 
canals, railways, toll bars, roads (with distances from 
town to town), and rivers. Places returning members to 
Parliament are indicated by asterisks. 

Top right-hand corner, title and imprint. Bottom left- 
hand corner, the " Explanation," and below, the scale, with 
note giving size of county. Top right-hand corner, an 
elaborate star compass indicator. Below, " References ta 



Maps of Gloucestershire. 125 

the Hundreds." Bottom right-hand corner, view of 
" Gloucester Cathedral, Creighton delt." On the left, 
Longitude West from Greenwich." 
The border is formed by two thick lines with a double 
inner line marked off, by dots, into degrees and minutes of 
latitude and longitude. The space of three-eighths of an 
inch between the two sets of lines is hatched, and is broken 
at every five minutes with panels containing the figures 
indicating the minutes. 

COUNTIES OF GLOUCESTER, HEREFORD, AND MONMOUTH. SCALE 
OF STATUTE MILES NINE = ONE INCH. 13| x lOJ in. 

In Abstract of the Answers and Returns Made 

PURSUANT TO AN ACT PASSED IN THE ELEVENTH YEAR OF 

THE Reign of . . . George IV. intituled [sic], An 
Act for taking an Account of the Population of Great 
Britain . . . M.DCCC.XXXI. Ordered by the House 
OF Commons, to be Printed, 2 April, 1833. fol. 

A coloured outline map, divided into " Parish Register 
Limits." With the population, and the numbers of baptisms, 
marriages, and burials. 

The title is printed across the top, and on the left and 
right are references. Below the border, the scale. 

1832. 

ANOTHER EDITION OF C. SMITH'S MAP OF 1801. 

Shows the Parliamentary Divisions according to the 
Reform Bill of 1831. Indications on the map show places 
of county elections, polling places, boroughs returning 
two members, and boroughs returning one member to 
Parliament. 

At the end of the title is added : " and the Parliamentary 
Divisions." Below the imprint is: ''Corrected to 1832." 
At the bottom, on the left of the "Explanation" a list of 
signs used on the map is added. The engravers' names are 
erased. 

ANOTHER EDITION OF MURRAY'S MAP OF 1830. 

In An Atlas of the English Counties . . . [By] 
T. L. Murray. [1832.] 



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Mr. George Goode informs me that the county maps in 
the copy of the atlas in the University Library, Cambridge, 
are dated May ist. 1832. 

GLOUCESTERSHIRE. SCALE OF ENGLISH MILES 10 [=li inches]. 
ROBT. K. DAWSON, LIEUT. R.E. ENGRAVED BY J. GARDNER, 
REGENT STREET. SIZE OF PLATE 9| x 12 in. 

In Plans of The Cities and Boroughs of England 
AND Wales : shewing their Boundaries as established 
BY THE Boundaries' Act, passed ii™- July 1832 : 
together with Outline Maps, shewing, the Divisions 
OF THE Counties, the principal places of Election and 
THE Polling Places, as established by the same Act 
. . . London : Printed by James & Luke G. Hansard 
& Sons, near Lincoln's Inn Fields. 1832. fol. 

A hthographic outhne map divided into eastern and 
western divisions. Shows hundreds (with the boundaries 
engraved and coloured), places of county election, borough 
towns returning one or two members to Parliament, polling 
places, and main roads. 

Top left-hand corner, the title. Below, an arrow with 
transverse line. Bottom left-hand corner, scale and 
engraver's name. Bottom right-hand corner, " Explanation." 
There is no border. 

GLOUCESTERSHIRE. DRAWN & ENGRAVED FOR COBBETT'S 
GEOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY OF ENGLAND & WALES. 4 x 6| in. 

In A Geographical Dictionary of England and 
Wales ... By William Cobbett. London : Pub- 
lished BY W^M. Cobbett, ii, Bolt-Court, Fleet-Street 

AND MAY BE HAD OF ALL BOOKSELLERS, 1832. 8vO. 

A small outline map, showing towns only. Top right- 
hand corner, an arrow with transverse line, the northern 
point being ornamented, and the others marked E., S., W. 
In the middle at the bottom, the title in an oblong panel. 

The border is formed by a plain double line. Below 
the border, " Drawn & Engraved," etc., as given above. 



Maps of Gloucestershire. 



1833. 

A REPRINT OF THE MAP DRAWN BY R. CREIGHTON, 1831. 

In A Topographical Dictionary of England and 
Wales . . . Second edition., by S. Lewis, 1833. 4to. 

Above the border, at the top, is added : " Place of 
Election for the Western Division, Wootton-under-Edge. 
Polling places : Wotton-under-Edge, Newent, Newnham, 
Coleford, Sodbury, Thornbury, Dursley. Place of Election 
for the Eastern Division : Gloucester. Polling Places : 
Gloucester, Stroud, Tewkesbury, Cirencester, Campden,. 
Northleach, Cheltenham." 

A REPRINT OF THE MAP, ENGRAVED BY S. HALL IN 1830, AND 
ISSUED IN VOL. 2 OF JOHN GORTON'S TOPOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY, 
1833. 

In A New British Atlas by S. Hall, London, 1833. 
8vo. 

Sir H. G. Fordham, in his Hertfordshire Maps, says :. 
" This atlas has two pages of descriptive text interleaved 
with each map. All the maps have the date 1833." 

GLOCESTERSHIRE, PUBLISHED 1833, BY J. B. NICHOLS & SON, 
25 PARLIAMENT STRT. 2^1 X 4| in. 

In The Family Topographer . . . By Samuel 
Tymms. Vol. 4 . . . London : J. B. Nichols and 
Son, 25, Parliament Street, 1834. Svo. 

A small clearly engraved map showing towns, principal 
villages, parks, roads, and rivers. 

Across the top of the map, the title. Bottom right- 
hand corner, an arrow, with transverse line, indicating the 
north. The border is formed by a plain double line. Above 
the border, at the top, " The figures show the distance from 
Glocester." At the bottom, the imprint. 

GLOCESTERSHIRE. [SCALE, 16 MILES=2i inches,] ENGD. BY 
GRAY & SON. PUBD. BY ARCHD. FULLARTON & CO., GLASGOW. 

7f X 91 in. 

In A New and Comprehensive Gazetteer of England 
and Wales ... By James Bell . . . Vol. 2,. 



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PART I. Glasgow : A. Fullarton & Co., 34, Hutcheson 
:Street ; and, 31, South Bridge, Edinburgh, [1833]. 8vo. 

This edition is mentioned in : Hertfordshire Maps . . . 
^hy Sir H. G. Fordham, Hertford . . . 1907. 

I have not seen this issue. For the description of the 
-map see under date 1836. 

1834. 

A FURTHER REPRINT OF THE MAP ENGRAVED BY S. HALL IN 1830, 
AS ISSUED IN THE NEW BRITISH ATLAS, 1833. 

In A New British Atlas . . . By Sidney Hall. 
London : Chapman & Hall 186 Strand, 1834. 4^0. 

An unaltered impression of the 1833 issue. Coloured in 
"hundreds, and accompanied by a sheet of historical text. 

ANOTHER COPY OF THE 1834 REPRINT OF S. HALL'S MAP OF 1830. 

In A New British Atlas ... By Sidney Hall. 
London . . . 1834. 4to- 

This impression is differently coloured. The parks are 
indicated by a deep green. 

The above two copies of the atlas are in the University 
Library, Cambridge. 

GLOCESTERSHIRE. 31 x 3 in. 

In The Geography of the British Isles . . . By 
Mary Martha Rodwell . . . London : Printed for 
Longman . . . Paternoster-Row, 1834. Svo. 

A small outline map, showing only the rivers, positions of 
towns. Forest of Dean, and the Coteswold Hills. The names 
of the towns are indicated by numbers, the hills and forest 
by capital letters, and the rivers by small letters. Outside 
the county boundary is an engraved dotted line, broken at 
the junctures of the seven adjoining counties. With this 
exception, and the title, which is across the top, the plate is 
bare. The map occupies the upper half of an octavo page, 
Ihe lower part being occupied by a map of Oxfordshire. 

The border is formed by a plain double line. 



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1835. 

A FURTHER REPRINT OF TEESDALE'S MAP OF 1829. 

In Teesd ale's New British Atlas Revised and 
Corrected to the Year 1835. fol. 

The Parliamentary representation, population, and 
assessed taxes, added to the map. 

I have not seen this edition of the atlas, but there is a 
copy in the University Library, Cambridge. 

A REPRINT OF THE MAP DRAWN BY R. CREIGHTON FOR LEWIS* 
TOPOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY, 1831. 

In A Topographical Dictionary of England . . .. 
Third edition ... By Samuel Lewis . . . London 
. . . 1835. 4to. 

The political note added to the second edition is erased.. 

This edition of the Dictionary has a supplementary volume,, 
containing a " Representative History of England." 

GLOUCESTERSHIRE. BY J. & C. WALKER. 12 ENGLISH MILES 
inches]. LONDON, PUBLISHED BY LONGMAN, REES, ORME, & 
CO., PATERNOSTER ROW 1st. APRIL, 1835. 12f X 15| in. 

In The British Atlas, comprising separate maps of 
EVERY County in England ... by ... J. & C. 
Walker, Published March ist. 1837, Longman Rees 
& Co., Paternoster Row, and J. & C. Walker, 3, Burleigh 
Street, Strand, fol. 

A very clearly engraved map, with the hundreds coloured 
in outline, and divided into eastern and western divisions. 

Shows towns (with distances from London), villages^ 
hills, parks, forests, woods, coalpits, places of election^ 
polling places, boundaries of boroughs, roads (with distances 
from town to town), canals, and rivers. 

Top left-hand corner, the title, author's name, and scale- 
Below the scale, a note giving area of county, population, 
and number of members returned to Parliament, etc. On the 
right, a finely engraved star compass indicator, and a note 
giving boroughs returning one or two members to Parliament.. 
Bottom right-hand corner : " Parts of Gloucesters. locally 

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situate in Warwickshire." On the left : " Reference to the 
Hundreds/' and to the left of this, places of election, and 
list of polling places, with the signs for boundaries. 

The boundary is formed by a thick line between two fine 
ones, with a double inner line marked off into degrees and 
minutes of latitude and longitude. Between the border 
lines, at the bottom : " Longitude West of Greenwich." 
Below the border, the imprint. 

GLOUCESTERSHIRE. SCALE OF MILES, 15 [=2| inches]. DRAWN BY 
R. CREIGHTON. ENGRAVED BY J. «& C. WALKER. 7| x 9^ in. 

In A Topographical Dictionary of England . . . 
Third edition. With a supplementary volume, com- 
prising A Representative History of England, with 

PLANS DESCRIBING THE ELECTORAL DIVISIONS . . . By 

Samuel Lewis . . . vol. v. London . . . 1835. 4to. 

An outline map, with political detail only. Shows 
borough towns (returning one or two members to Parliament) , 
hundreds, electoral divisions, places of election, polling 
places, and main roads. 

Top left-hand corner, the title. On the right, in the 
middle, a star compass indicator. Bottom right-hand 
corner, the scale. Above, Explanation." 

The border is formed by a single line, with a double inner 
line, the space between being filled up with an ornamental 
scroll. Below the border, in the bottom left-hand corner, 
the draughtsman's name ; right-hand corner, the engraver's 
name. Right-hand side, near the bottom corner, the plate 
number, XXX." 

GLOUCESTERSHIRE. SCALE OF MILES, 10 inch]. PIGOT & 

SLATER ENGRAVERS, MANCHR. PUBLISHED BY PIGOT & CO. 
LONDON AND MANCHESTER. 4i x 6f in. 

In Gloucestershire. Pigot and Co.'s Pocket Atlas, 
Topography, and Gazetteer of England . . , London 
.. . . [1835]. i2mo. 

I have not seen this issue. For description see the second 
edition, 1842. A copy of this edition is in the Bodleian 



Maps of Gloucestershire. 



Library, Oxford, and it is mentioned in The Bibliographer' s 
Manual of Gloucestershire Literature . . . by F. A. Hyett 
. and the Rev. V/.. Bazeley . . . Gloucester 
. . . 1895. 8vo. 

1836. 

A FURTHER REPRINT OF THE MAP ENGRAVED BY S. HALL IN 1830 
AND ISSUED IN VOL. 2 OF JOHN GORTON'S TOPOGRAPHICAL 
DICTIONARY, 1833. 

In A New British Atlas ; comprising A Series of 
54 Maps, Constructed from the most Recent Surveys 

AND engraved BY SiDNEY HaLL. LoNDON ChAPMAN & 

Hall 186 Strand 1836. 4to. 

The date in the imprint is erased. The only map dated 
in this issue is that of " Inland Communications," which 
bears the original date of 1831. 

A REPRINT OF THE MAP ENGRAVED BY GRAY & SON AND ISSUED 
IN THE FIRST EDITION OF A NEW AND COMPREHENSIVE 
GAZETTEER BY JAMES BELL IN 1833. 

In A New and Comprehensive Gazetteer of England 
and Wales ... by James Bell . . . vol. 2, 
PART I. Glasgow ; A. Fullarton & Co., 34, Hutcheson 
Street ; and 31, South Bridge, Edinburgh, 1836. 8vo. 

Very similar in construction, and in its overcrowded 
appearance, to S. Hall's map of 1831. 

Shows towns (with distances from London), villages, 
hills, hundreds, parks, canals, roads, and rivers. 

Top left-hand corner, in two columns, " Reference to 
the Hundreds." On the right, in the middle, the title ; 
and, below, the scale. Below the reference to the 
hundreds: " The figures prefixed to the towns denote the 
distance from London." Below this an arrow, with 
transverse lines, indicating the north. Bottom right-hand 
corner, " Yiew of Glocester Cathedral, &c., from the North 
West." 

The border is formed by a thick line between two fine 
ones, with a double inner line marked off into degrees and 
minutes of latitude and longitude. Between the border 



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lines, at the bottom, " Longitude West from Greenwich." 
Below the border, right-hand corner, the engraver's name. 
In the middle, the imprint. 

GLOUCESTER AND BRISTOL [DIOCESE]. S. ARROWSMITH LITHOG, 

121 X 121 in. 

In Third Report from His Majesty's Commissioners 
appointed to consider the state of the established 
Church . . . Ordered, by the House of Commons, 

TO BE PRINTED 20 MaY, 1836. fol. 

A small outline map divided into deaneries, but showing 
no other detail. 

Top right-hand corner, the title. Bottom left-hand 
corner, references to the boundaries, and on the right-hand 
side, references to the deaneries. 

The border is formed by a thick line with a fine inner line. 
Below the border, the lithographer's name. 

1837. 

A REPRINT OF THE MAP ENGRAVED BY S. HALL AND ISSUED WITH 
LEIGH'S NEW PICTURE OF ENGLAND, 1820. 

In Leigh's New Pocket Road-Book of England 
AND Wales . . . London, 1837. i2mo. 

At the foot of the title page it says : " With 55 County 
maps," but the county maps are wanting in the British 
Museum copy. 

A REPRINT OF THE MAP ENGRAVED BY J. BINGLEY, 1830. 

In The English Counties Delineated . , . By 
Tl[0Mas Moule . . . Vol. 2. London . . . 1837. 4^0- 

ANOTHER EDITION OF C. SMITH'S MAP OF 1801. 

The title now reads, A New Map of the County of 
Glocester Divided into Hundreds and the Parliamentary 
Divisions. London. Printed for C. Smith No. 172 Strand. 
Corrected to 1837." 

Coloured in parliamentary divisions, and signs added to 
the map showing places of county elections, boroughs 



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133 



returning one or two members to Parliament, and polling 
places. 

The engraver's name has been erased from below the 
compass indicator. Bottom left-hand corner, a note is 
added of the distance from London to Bristol. In the 
middle, at the bottom, an additional column of signs is 
given. 

1838. 

A FURTHER REPRINT OF THE MAP ENGRAVED BY J. BINGLEY, 1830- 

In The English Counties Delineated . . . By 
Thomas Moule . . . Vol 2. London . . . 1838. 
4to. 

This edition is mentioned in Hertfordshire Maps . 
By Sir H. G. Fordham, Hertford . . . 1907. 

1839. 

A REPRINT OF THE MAP ENGRAVED BY S. HALL AND ISSUED WITH 
LEIGH'S NEW PICTURE OF ENGLAND, 1820. 

In Leigh's New Pocket Road-Book of England 
AND Wales . . . London, 1839. i2mo. 

At the foot of the title-page it says : " With 55 County 
maps," but the county maps are wanting in the British 
Museum copy. 

A REPRINT OF THE MAP ENGRAVED BY PIGOT «fc SON, AND ISSUED 
IN PIGOT & CO.*S NATIONAL COMMERCIAL DIRECTORY, 1830. 

In PiGOT & Co.'s British Atlas, Comprising the 
Counties of England . . . with separate large 
sheet Maps of England and Wales, Ireland and 
Scotland and a circular one of the Country round 
London . . . Accompanied by Topographical and 
Statistical accounts of each County . . . Pub- 
lished BY J. PiGOT & Co. 59, Fleet-Street London, 
AND Fountain-Street, Manchester, etc. [1839]. ^^l- 

A somewhat over-crowded map. Shows towns (with 
distances from London), villages, hundreds (indicated by 



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figures), canals, parks, polling places, boroughs returning 
members to Parliament, roads, rivers, and the Western 
Union Railway from Swindon to Cheltenham, and the 
Birmingham and Gloucester Railway. The final course of 
this line was considerably modified. 

Top left-hand corner, view of " Gloucester Cathedral." 
Bottom left-hand corner, " Explanation." Top right-hand 
corner, star compass indicator. Bottom right-hand corner, 
" Reference to the Hundreds." The roads are engraved to- 
the border of the map. 

The border is formed by a thick line between two fine 
ones, with an inner double line marked off into degrees and 
minutes of latitude and longitude. At the top, the border is 
broken by a long panel containing the title, and at the 
bottom, in a similar panel, the scale. Below the border in 
the bottom right-hand corner, the engraver's name, and in 
the middle, the imprint. Between the border lines, at the 
bottom, " Longitude West." The map is accompanied by 
three pages of letterpress. 

The General Map of England is dated 1838, Ireland 1834, 
Scotland 1837, the environs of London 1839. Possibly 
there was an earlier edition of this atlas. 

1840. 

A REPRINT OF TEESDALE'S MAP OF 1829. 

In Teesdale's New British Atlas. [1840]. fol. 

Noted in Hertfordshire Maps . . . By Sir H. G. 
Fordham. 

A FURTHER REPRINT OF THE MAP DRAWN BY R. CREIGHTON, 183L 

In A Topographical Dictionary of England . . . 
Fourth edition . . . by S. Lewis. London . . . 
1840. 4to. 

The maps are wanting in the British Museum copy of 
the Dictionary. 



Maps of Gloucestershire. 135 

; "I 

A REPRINT OF THE MAP DRAWN BY R. CREIGHTON AND ISSUED IN 
A SUPPLEMENTARY VOLUME TO THE THIRD EDITION OF LEWIS' 
TOPOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY, 1835. 

In VlEV7 OF THE REPRESENTATIVE HiSTORY OF ENGLAND 

BY Samuel Lewis . . . London . . . 1840. 4to. 

The above is a supplementary volume to the fourth 
edition of Lewis' Topographical Dictionary of England. 
It is noted in Hertfordshire Maps . . . by Sir H. G. 
Fordham. Hertford. 1907. 

A REPRINT OF THE MAP ENGRAVED BY PIGOT & SON, 1830, AND 
ISSUED IN PIGOT & CO.'S BRITISH ATLAS, 1839. 

In PiGOT & Co.'s British Atlas comprising the 
Counties of England . . . Published by J. Pigot & 
Co. [1840]. fol. 

With the exception of the erasure of the number of 
Pigot's premises in Fountain Street, Manchester, this is an 
unaltered impression of the map issued in 1839. The 
accompanying sheet of text gives statistics from the census 
returns of 1831. The dates of the general maps of England, 
Ireland and Scotland are corrected to 1840. 

J'he only copy of this edition known to me is in the 
University Library, Cambridge. 

GLOUCESTERSHIRE. SCALE 10 MILES [ = lf inches]. DRAWN & 
ENGRAVED BY J. ARCHER, PENTONVILLE, LONDON. 7 X 10 in. 

In Curiosities of Great Britain. England & Wales 
Delineated ... By Thomas Dugdale. Assisted by 
William Burnett . . . vol. 2. L. Tallis, London, 
Edinburgh & Dublin, [1840]. 8vo. 

This work was issued without date, and it is somewhat 
difficult to assign a date for the first issue. It may have been 
published even earlier than 1840. It is evident that the 
map of Gloucestershire issued with the edition of the work 
published about 1848, and from which I have taken the 
title, was originally issued some years before that time. 
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MAP OF THE COUNTY OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE ; DIVIDED INTO 
HUNDREDS CONTAINING THE DISTRICT DIVISIONS AND OTHER 
LOCAL ARRANGEMENTS EFFECTED BY THE REFORM BILL. SCALE 
10 MILES [ = 2| inches]. LONDON PUBD. BY J. DUNCAN, PATERNOSTER 
ROW, [1840]. 13| X 171 in. 

In A Complete County Atlas of England and Wales, 

CONTAINING FORTY-FOUR SUPERIOR MaPS, WITH ALL THE 

Railroads and Improvements, projected or completed. 
Divided into Hundreds, with the District Divisions, 
and other local arrangements effected by the 
Reform Bill. London. [1840]. fol. 

A very clearly engraved map, showing towns (with 
•distances from London), villages, churches, chapels, paries, 
houses, hundreds, hills, canals, forests, woods, places return- 
ing members to Parliament as before the Reform Bill, places 
partially and wholly disfranchised, and places enfranchised, 
polling places, roads, and rivers. 

Top left-hand comer, the title. Below, small star compass 
indicator, with elongated northern point. Bottom right- 
hand corner, " Explanation." Above, " County Members 
4. Elections at □ " ; and above this, the scale. On the 
left, References to the Hundreds." 

The border is formed by a thick line between two fine 
ones, and a double inner line marked off into degrees and 
minutes of latitude and longitude. Between the border lines 
at the bottom, " Longitude West from Greenwich." Below 
the border, the imprint. 

[MAP OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE.] 

In Darton's New Miniature Atlas, containing a 
complete set of County Maps, with a general Map of 
England and Wales. London, [1840]. i2mo. 

Mr. George Goode, of the Cambridge University Library, 
informs me that he has seen the above atlas advertised in a 
bookseller's catalogue. 

The above date is very uncertain. 



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1841. 

A REPRINT OF J. & C. WALKER'S MAP OF 1835. 

In The British Atlas ... by J. & C. Walker. 
London, [1841]. fol. 

Sir H. G. Fordham thinks that probably an edition of the 
British Atlas was pubHshed in 1841. 

1842. 

A REPRINT OF THE MAP ENGRAVED BY S. HALL AND ISSUED WITH 
LEIGH'S NEW PICTURE OF ENGLAND, 1820. 

In Leigh's New Pocket Road-Book of England 
AND Wales . . . London. 1842. i2mo. 

This issue is referred to in Hertfordshire Maps . . . 
By Sir H. G. Fordham. Hertford. 1907. 

A FURTHER REPRINT OF THE MAP DRAWN BY R. CREIGHTON, 
1831. 

In An Atlas, comprising maps of the several counties 
divided into unions, and of the islands of guernsey, 
Jersey and Man . . . London : Published by S. 
Lewis and Co., 87, Hatton Garden. MDCCCXLII. 4to. 

The compass indicator, in the top left-hand corner, has 
heen removed two inches to the right to make room for a 
list of " References to the Unions." The boundaries of the 
Unions are coloured. The Great Western railway from 
Swindon, via Stroud and Stonehouse, to Gloucester, and the 
Birmingham line from Gloucester, via Cheltenham and 
Ashchurch, to the county boundary, are added. 

A REPRINT OF THE MAP ENGRAVED BY PIGOT & SLATER, 1835. 

In A Pocket Topography and Gazetteer of England 
. . . By Pigot & Co. . . . Vol. I. London : Pigot 
& Co. Fleet Street ; Longman & Co. and Sherwood 
& Co. Paternoster-Row, and Simpkin and Marshall, 
Stationer's-Court ; and Pigot and Slater, Fountain 
Street Manchester, [1842]. 8vo. 



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A clearly printed map, reduced from the map in Pigot 
& Co.'s British Atlas, 1839. The view of " Gloucester 
Cathedral," which appeared on the 1839 niap, is here 
separately printed on the upper half of a page facing the 
map, the lower half being devoted to " Distance Table of 
Gloucestershire." 

Shows towns, villages, parks, canals, roads, and rivers. 
The railways are the same as on the 1839 map. 

Top left-hand corner, " Explanation." Bottom right-hand 
corner, an arrow, with transverse line, indicating the north. 

The border is formed by a thick line between two fine 
ones, with a double inner line marked off into degrees and 
minutes of latitude and longitude. The top border is broken 
by a long panel containing the title. The bottom border is 
similarly broken by a panel containing the scale. Below the 
border, in right-hand corner, the engraver's name, and in the 
middle, the imprint. The map is accompanied by tv/elve 
sheets of letterpress. 

A REPRINT OF THE MAP ENGRAVED BY PIGOT & SON, 1830, AND 
ISSUED IN PIGOT & CO.'S BRITISH ATLAS, 1839. 

In Pigot & Co.'s Royal National and Commercial 
Directory and Topography . . . with beautiful 
county maps engraved on steel. july, 1842. pub- 
LISHED BY J. PiGOT & Co., Fleet Street, London, and 
Fountain Street, Manchester, etc. 8vo, 

The course of the railway from Swindon to Gloucester is 
shown to include Stroud, and thence in a direct line north- 
ward to Gloucester. The ultimate route of this railway 
was through Stonehouse. A projected railvv'ay is shown 
from Stroud via Dursley and Chipping Sodbury to Bristol. 

GLOCESTERSHIRE. BRITISH MILES, 10 [=-1^ inches]. LONDON. 
PUBLISHED BY JAS. WYLD, CHARING CROSS EAST. [1842.] 
6| X 10| in. 

A small, clearly engraved map, whose principal feature is 
the roads, very similar to J. Gary's quarto map, and with the 
appearance of having been issued in a quarto or octavo 
atlas. I have not seen such an atlas, but, in The London 



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Catalogue of Books published in Great Britain . . . from 
1814 to 1846, is the entry, " Wyld's Atlas of English Counties, 
4to. hf.-bd., col. 3.3.0 Wyld." 

Shows towns (with distances from London), principal 
villages, parks, hundreds, places of election, polling places, 
boroughs returning one or two members to Parliament, 
roads, canals, rivers. The railway from Swindon is shown 
as joining the Birmingham and Gloucester railway half-way 
between Gloucester and Cheltenham. Railway from 
Gloucester to Cheltenham and thence northward to the 
county boundary, passing about two miles east of Tewkes- 
bury. There is also a short piece of railway going northward 
from Moreton on the Warwickshire border. 

Top left-hand corner, a long, vertically shaded, panel, 
passing through a star compass indicator, containing the 
title. Bottom left-hand corner, the scale. Bottom right- 
hand corner, in three columns, a list of the " Hundreds." 
Above, the " Explanation." 

The border is formed by two thick lines and a fine line 
inside, v/ith an inner double line marked off into degrees and 
minutes of latitude and longitude. Outside the border, at 
the bottom, the imprint. 

1843. 

A REPRINT OF THE MAP ENGRAVED BY S. HALL, 1830, 

In x\ Travelling County Atlas . . . By S. Hall. 
London : Chapman and Hall, Strand, 1843. 8vo. 

I have not seen this issue, but there is a copy in the 
University Library, Cambridge. 

A REPRINT OF THE MAP ENGRAVED BY GRAY & SON, 1833. 

In The Parliamentary Gazetteer of England and 
Wales . . . Vol. 2 . . . London, Edinburgh, and 
Glasgow : A: Fullarton and Co. 1843. 8vo. 

The projected railway from Swindon via Stroud, Stone- 
house, and Gloucester, to Cheltenham, is added. The 
Birmingham and Bristol railway is shown from the county 
boundary near Tewkesbury to a junction with the Gloucester 
and Cheltenham line. 



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A FURTHER REPRINT OF THE MAP ENGRAVED BY J. ARCHER, 1840. 

In Curiosities of Great Britain. England and 
Wales Delineated . . . By Thomas Dugdale . . . 

ASSISTED BY WiLLIAM BURNETT, etc. [1843]. 8vO. 

This edition is mentioned in Hertfordshire Maps . . . 
By Sir H. G. Fordham. Hertford. 1907. 

The map of Gloucestershire will be described under the 
date of 1848. 

GLOUCESTER & BRISTOL. SCALE OF ENGLISH MILES, 10 
[ = 1^ inches]. DRAWN AND ENGRAVED BY J. ARCHER, PENTON- 
VILLE, LONDON. LONDON . . . PUBLISHED BY T. CLERC 
SMITH . . . 1843. 7 X 8f in. 

In The British Magazine . . . Vol, 23. London : 
T. Clerc Smith . . . 1843. 8vo. 

A very clearly printed outline map, divided into Arch- 
deaconries and Deaneries, and showing towns, parishes, 
rectories, vicarages, perpetual curacies, and chapels of ease. 

Top left-hand corner, the title, scale, and Arms of the 
Bishop." Bottom right-hand corner, list of references. 

The border is formed by a thick line between two fine 
ones, and a double inner line marked off into degrees and 
minutes of latitude and longitude. Below the border, the 
imprint and engraver's name. 

1844. 

A FURTHER REPRINT OF THE MAP ENGRAVED BY PIGOT & SON, 
1830 AND RE-ISSUED IN PIGOT & CO.'S BRITISH ATLAS, 1839. 

In PiGOT & Co.'s British Atlas . . . Published by 
J. PiGOT & Co. [1844]. fol. 

The Birmingham and Gloucester Railway is continued 
from Gloucester to Bristol, but it is carried too far to the 
eastward, passing through Stroud and Chipping Sodbury. 
This extension was opened in July, 1845. The maps are not 
accompanied by text as in the former issues. At the begin- 
ning of the volume are tables giving statistics, and it is stated 
that the population is according to the census of 1841. 

The only copy of this edition known to me is in the 
University Library, Cambridge. 



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1845. 

A REPRINT OF THE MAP ENGRAVED BY S. HALL, 1830. 

In A Travelling County Atlas : with all the Coach 
AND Rail Roads accurately laid down and coloured, 

AND CAREFULLY CORRECTED TO THE PRESENT TIME. EN- 
GRAVED By Sidney Hall. London : Chapman and Hall,. 
Strand, 1845. 8vo. 

The railways shown are the Great Western from Swindon,, 
via Stroud and Stonehouse, to Gloucester, with a projected 
line from Stonehouse direct to Ross ; Bath to Bristol ;. 
Oxford, via Moreton-in-the-Marsh and Chipping Campden, 
to Evesham, with a branch from Moreton-in-the-Marsh to 
Stratford^on-Avon. From this branch there is a short line 
to Shipston-on-Stour. The line from Birmingham, via 
Cheltenham and Gloucester to Bristol. 

A FURTHER REPRINT OF THE MAP DRAWN BY R. CREIGHTON, 
1831. 

In Atlas of the Topographical Dictionaries of 
Englaitd and Wales, comprising a General Map of 
England and Wales, A Plan of London, and maps of 
THE Counties . . . London : Published by S. Lewis 
AND Co., 13, FiNSBURY Place, South. M.DCCCXLV. 4to.. 

An unaltered impression of the 1842 issue. 

GLOUCESTERSHIRE. SCALE OF ENGLISH MILES, 8 [ = 2 inches]. 
DRAWN & ENGRAVED BY J. ARCHER, PENTONVILLE, LONDON. 
FISHER SON & CO. LONDON & PARIS, ll^ X 13i in. 

In Fisher's County Atlas of England and Wales. 
Compiled from authentic Surveys, and corrected to 

THE present time. WiTH A TOPOGRAPHICAL AND STATISTICAL 

Description OF EACH County . . . Fisher, Son & Co., 
Caxton Press, Angel Street, St. Martins-le-Grand,. 
London ; Post-office Place, Liverpool : Piccadilly, 
Manchester. [1845]. fol. 

A hill-shaded map, showing towns (with distances from 
London), villages, hills, woods, parks, forests, roads (with 
distances from town to town), canals and rivers. Railways. 



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shown are : Swindon, via Stroud, Stonehouse and Gloucester, 
to Cheltenham ; Swindon, via Bath, to Bristol ; Bristol, via 
Gloucester and Ashchurch, to Birmingham. 

Bottom right-hand corner, title, scale, and signs used on 
the map. The map breaks into the border on the north, 
east and west. The main roads are carried to the border on 
the north, and to the principal towns in the adjoining 
counties on the south. 

The border is formed by a thick line between two fine 
ones, with a double inner line marked off into degrees and 
minutes of latitude and longitude. Below the border, 
bottom left-hand corner : " Gilbert's County Atlas." Right- 
hand corner, the engraver's name. In the middle, the 
imprint, with the numeral " IX." 

The map is accompanied by a leaf of letterpress, numbered 
-17." 

GLOCESTER SH. SCALE OF MILES, 10 1 = ^ inch]. 2| x 4| in. 

In Reuben Ramble's Travels through the Counties 
OF England. With maps and historical vignettes. 
Darton and Clark, 38, Holborn Hill. [London, 1845]. 
4to. 

A small, poorly engraved map, printed in the middle of a 
plate, 6| X 8J inches. 

Shows towns, principal villages, parks, roads and rivers. 
A projected railway is shov/n from Swindon direct to 
Gloucester, another from Cirencester to Cheltenham, and 
the Birmingham railway from Pershore to Gloucester. 

Top left-hand corner, the scale. Bottom right-hand 
corner, the title, and above, an arrow with transverse line, 
indicating the north. 

The border is formed by a thick line between two fine 
ones, with a double inner line marked off into degrees and 
minutes of latitude and longitude. Between the border 
lines, at the bottom : " Long. West from London." Above 
the map, an agricultural scene. On the left, a man fishing, 
and some ancient remains. On the right, view of Gloucester 
Cathedral. At the bottom, view of a dairy farm. Accom- 
panied by a sheet of descriptive text. 



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1846. 

A REPRINT OF C. SMITH'S MAP OF 1801. 

In Smith's New English Atlas . . . London : 
Printed for C. Smith . . . 1846. fol. 

Sir H. G. Fordham thinks it probable that an edition of 
Smith's atlas was published in 1846, as he has seen a map of 
Hertfordshire with the date : Corrected to 1846." 

A FURTHER REPRINT OF THE MAP ENGRAVED BY S. HALL, 1830. 

In A Travelling County Atlas . . . By Sidney 
Hall. London : Chapman and Hall, Strand, 1846. 4to. 

I have not seen this issue. A copy of the atlas is in the 
University Library, Cambridge. 

A REPRINT OF J. & C. WALKER'S MAP ISSUED IN THE BRITISH 
ATLAS, 1841. 

In British Atlas ... by ... J. & C. Walker. 

London, [1846]. fol. 

Sir H. G. Fordham thinks it probable that an edition of 
this atlas was issued in 1846, as he has seen a copy of Walker's 
map of Hertfordshire bearing that date. 

1847. 

A FURTHER REPRINT OF THE MAP ENGRAVED BY S. HALL, 1830. 

In A New County Atlas : with all the Coach and 
Rail Roads accurately laid down and coloured. 
Carefully corrected to the end of the Session of 
1846. Engraved by S. Hall. London : Chapman and 
Hall, Strand, 1847. 4"^^- 

From a copy of the atlas in the University Library, 
Cambridge. 

GLOCESTERSHIRE. ENGLISH MILES, 12 [ = if inches]. 6| x 8| in. 

In Johnson's Atlas of England ; with all the 
Railways containing forty two separate Maps of 
THE Counties and Islands. Manchester Published by 
Thos. Johnson. 1847. 4to. 



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A coarsely drawn lithographic map, coloured in blue^ 
showing towns, villages, parks, roads, canals, rivers, and 
railways. 

Top left-hand corner, the arms of Humphrey, Duke of 
Gloucester. Bottom right-hand corner, the title, scale, and : 
" Railway Stations marked thus +." 

The border is formed by a thick line betv/een two fine 
ones, with a double inner line marked off into degrees and 
minutes of latitude and longitude. The space between the 
two sets of lines is filled with rough hatching. Between 
the border lines, at the bottom : " Longitude West from 
Greenwich." 

1848. 

A STILL FURTHER REPRINT OF THE MAP ENGRAVED BY S. HALL, 
1830. 

In A Travelling County Atlas . . . By Sidney 
Hall. London . . , 1848. 4to. 

I have not seen this edition. A copy of the atlas is in 
the University Library, Cambridge. 

A FURTHER REPRINT OF THE MAP DRAWN BY J. ARCHER, 1840. 

In Curiosities of Great Britain. England & 
Wales Delineated . . . By Thomas Dugdale . . . 
Assisted by William Burnett. Vol. 2. L. Tallis, 
London, Edinburgh & Dublin. [1848]. 8vo. 

A hill shaded map, showing towns (with distances from 
London), villages, hills, hundreds, parks, forests, woods and 
plantations, polling places, roads, canals, rivers, and railways 
from Swindon, via Stroud, Mitcheldean, to Hereford ;: 
Birmingham, via Cheltenham and Gloucester, to Bristol ;. 
Oxford, via Moreton-in-the-Marsh and Mickieton, to 
Evesham, with a branch line from Moreton-in-the-Marsh 
to Stratford-on-Avon. 

Top left-hand corner, the title and scale. Bottom right- 
hand corner : " Explanation " and list of the Hundreds." 

The border is formed by a thick line between two fine 
ones, with a double inner line marked off into degrees and 
minutes of latitude and longitude. Between the border 



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lines, at the bottom, " Longitude West of Greenwich." 
Outside the border, top right-hand corner : ''15." Bottom 
right-hand corner, the engraver's name. 

GLOUCESTERSHIRE AND NORTH WILTSHIRE. ENGLISH MILES, 12 
[ = If inchesje DRAWN & ENGRAVED BY JOHN EMSLIE. PUBLISHED 
BY J. REYNOLDS, 174 STRAND. 6| x 9| in. 

In Reynolds's Travelling Atlas of England : with 
ALL THE Railways and Stations accurately laid down 
. . . London : Simpkins, Marshall & Co. Stationers' 
Court ; and James Reynolds, 174, Strand. 1848. 8vo. 

A very clear map, the roads being the principal feature. 
As the title implies, the plate includes North Wiltshire. 
Shows towns (with distances from London), principal 
villages, parks, roads, canals, rivers, and railways from 
Swindon, via Stroud, Stonehouse and Gloucester, to 
Cheltenham ; from Bristol, via Gloucester and Cheltenham, 
to Birmingham, with a branch line from Ashchurch to 
Tewkesbury. 

Top left-hand corner, the title. Bottom left-hand corner, 
the scale and signs for railways. Bottom right-hand corner, 
an arrow, with transverse line, indicating the north. The 
map breaks into the border on the eastern side. 

The border, with bevelled corners, is formed by two fine 
lines, with a fine inner line. Below the border, left-hand 
corner, the engraver's name ; right-hand comer, 14 " ; 
in the middle, the imprint. 

1849. 

A FURTHER REPRINT OF THE MAP ENGRAVED BY R. CREIGHTON 
IN 1831. 

In A Topographical Dictionary of England . . . 
Seventh edition. By Samuel Lewis . . . London, 
1849. 4^0- 

In the British Museum copy of the Dictionary the maps 
are wanting. In the preface it says they are brought up 
to date. 

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1850. 

A REPRINT OF THE MAP ENGRAVED BY PIGOT & SON AND ISSUED 
IN PIGOT & CO.'S BRITISH ATLAS 1839. 

In Slater's (Late Pigot & Co.) Royal National and 
Commercial Directory and Topography . . . Printed 
AND Published By Isaac Slater, Fountain Street, and 
Portland Street, Manchester ; and Fleet Street, 
London . . . 1850. 8vo. 

An impressioij of the 1842 edition, with the imprint 
corrected. The line from Swindon to Gloucester is here 
shown in its proper course, via Stroud and Stonehouse. 
The route of the Birmingham and Bristol railway has also 
been corrected. It now runs almost parallel with the road 
from Cheltenham to Bristol. New railways are added from 
Oxford, via Moreton-in-the-Marsh and Chipping Campden, 
to Evesham, with a branch hne from Moreton-in-the-Marsh 
to Stratford-on-Avon ; from Oxford, via Burford and North- 
leach, to Cheltenham ; from Gloucester to Chepstow, with a 
branch line to Monmouth. 

A REPRODUCTION OF J. & C. WALKER'S MAP, 1841. 

In Hobson's Fox-Hunting Atlas ; containing 

SEPARATE MAPS OF EVERY CoUNTY IN ENGLAND AND THE 

THREE Ridings of Yorkshire ; comprising forty-two 
MAPS . . . By J. AND C. Walker . . . London : 
Published by J. and C. Walker, 9, Castle Street, 

LIOLBORN, [1850]. fol. 

A lithographic reproduction of Walker's map, prepared 
especially for Hobson's Fox-Hunting Atlas. The map is 
divided into " Hunts " by engraved boundary-lines, which 
are coloured, and the meeting-places of foxhounds are 
indicated. In other respects the plate is precisely the same 
as the one in the British Atlas. 

GLOUCESTERSHIRE. SCALE OF MILES, 10 [ = 1 inch]. LONDON. 
PUBLISHED FOR THE PROPRIETORS BY H. G. COLLINS, 22 PATER- 
NOSTER ROW. 5| X 71 in. 

In The Travelling Atlas, of England & Wales, 
wiTh all the Railways & Coach ^Roads, The Cities, 



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Towns . . . Revised and Corrected to the Present 
Time. London Published (for the Proprietors) By 
Henry George Collins, 22, Paternoster Row, [1850]. 
8vo. 

This map bears a considerable resemblance to Teesdale's 
small map of 1830. 

Shows towns (with distances from London), principal 
villages, parks, roads, canals, rivers, and railways from 
Swindon, via Stroud and Stonehouse, to Gloucester, with a 
branch line to Cirencester ; Bristol, via Gloucester and 
Cheltenham, to Birmingham, with a branch line to Tewkes- 
bury ; Gloucester to Chepstow, with a branch to Monmouth. 

Top left-hand corner, in a long panel, the title. On the 
right, a star compass indicator. Bottom right-hand corner, 
the scale. 

The border is formed by a thick line between two fine 
ones. Below the border, the imprint. 

1850. 

GEOLOGICAL MAP OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. ENGLISH MILES . . . 
12 [ — 1^ inches]. 5 x 2>l in. 

In The Journal of the Royal Agricultural Society 
OF England. Vol. II . . . London : John Murray, 
Albemarle Street, 1850. 8vo. 

A small map, without border, hatched to show geological 
strata, which is indicated by capital letters. 

The title is along the top of the page, and at the bottom 
are columns of references to places (indicated by numbers) 
and strata. 

1852. 

A REPRINT OF THE MAP ISSUED IN THE TRAVELLING ATLAS OF 
ENGLAND BY H. G. COLLINS, 1850. 

In The Travelling Atlas of England and Wales 
. . . Revised and Corrected to the Present Time. 
London Published (for the Proprietors) By W. S. Orr 
& Co., 2, Amen Corner, Paternoster Row, [1852]. 4to. 

The railways, which in the earlier issues were shown by a 
plain black line, are indicated by a line with cross hatching. 



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The projected line from Westbury to Monmouth is erased, 
and the Hnes from Bath to Bristol, and Oxford to Evesham, 
added. A proposed junction is shown with Stroud and the 
Midland Railway at Stanley, south of Stonehouse. 

The imprint is re-engraved, in smaller type, and corrected : 
" H. G. Collins " being replaced by " W. S. Orr & Co., 2, 
Amen Corner." 

The plate is reduced by about one-eighth of an inch all 
round, bringing the detail nearer the border. The note in 
the bottom left-hand corner breaks into the border. 

THE BRITISH GAZETTEER. GLOCESTERSHIRE. SCALE, 10 MILES 
1=3 inches]. LONDON. PUBLISHED FOR THE PROPRIETORS BY 
H. G. COLLINS 12 PATERNOSTER ROW. 13i X 16i in. 

In An Atlas accompanying The British Gazetteer 
. . . By B. Clarke . . . London : Published (for 
THE Proprietors) by H. G. Collins, Paternoster Row. 
T852. 4to. 

A very full and clearly engraved map, showing towns 
(with distances from London), villages, churches, chapels, 
parks, forests, hundreds, boroughs returning one or two 
members to Parliament, boroughs disfranchised, places of 
county elections, polling places, roads, canals, and rivers. 

Top left-hand corner, in an oblong panel, surmounted by 
a foliated design, the title. Below, a note giving the number 
-of members returned to Parliament. On the right, mixed 
nip somewhat with the roads and railway, a small compass 
indicator. Bottom right-hand comer : " Reference to the 
Hundreds." On the left, the " Explanation," and below, 
the scale. 

The main roads and railways are carried to the border. 
Railways shown are : — Bristol, via Gloucester and Cheltenham, 
to Birmingham ; Swindon, via Stroud and Stonehouse, to 
Gloucester, with a branch to Cirencester ; Bath to Bristol ; 
Gloucester to Chepstow, with a branch to Monmouth. 
Proposed railways are shown from Bristol to New Passage 
on the Severn ; Burford to Cheltenham ; and Oxford, via 
Moreton-in-the-Marsh and Campden, to Evesham and 
"Worcester, with a branch to Stratford-on-Avon. 



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The border is formed by a thick Hne between two fine 
ones, with a foHated design at the corners and in the middle 
of the four sides, and a double inner line marked off into 
degrees and minutes of latitude and longitude. Below the 
border, the imprint. 

GLOUCESTERSHIRE. [SCALE 1 INCHr==35 MILES.] 21 X 3^ in. 

In Collins' Pocket Ordnance Railway Atlas of 
Great Britain. H. G. Collins, 22 Paternoster Row, 
London, [1852]. 24mo. 

A tiny map extending north to Birmingham, south to 
Shaftesbury, west to Newport, and east to Woodstock, with 
the County of Gloucester in the middle of the plate. 

Shows towns, hills, rivers, and railways. The detail is 
carried to the border, which is formed by two lines. 
Above the border, the title and No. " 11." 

GLOCESTERSHIRE DIVIDED INTO HUNDREDS AND THE PARLIA- 
MENTARY DIVISIONS. SCALE OF MILES, 10 [ = 2f inches]. LONDON 
H. G. COLLINS, 22, PATERNOSTER ROW. [1852]. 14 x 17| in. 

A clearly engraved map, coloured in Parliamentary 
divisions. A reprint of an earlier issue, as the railways 
apparently have been added. 

Shows towns (with distances from London), villages, 
churches, chapels, parks, gentlemen's seats, hundreds, 
places of county elections, polling places, boroughs returning 
one or two members to Parliament, roads, canals, and rivers. 
Railways shown are : — Bristol, via Gloucester and Cheltenham 
to Birmingham, with a branch to Tewkesbury ; Gloucester 
to Chepstow ; Bristol to Bath ; Swindon, via Stroud and 
Stonehouse, to Gloucester, with a branch to Cirencester ; 
Moreton-in-the-Marsh to Stratford-on-Avon. Projected 
lines : Bristol to New Passage ; Burford to Cheltenham ; and 
Oxford, via Campden, to Evesham, with a branch from 
Campden to Stratford-on-Avon. 

Top left-hand corner, view of " Tewkesbury Church." 
On the right, in the middle : " Reference to the Hundreds." 
Bottom left-hand corner, a statistical note. Bottom right- 
hand corner, the title, and below, the " Explanation." On 



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the left : Market Towns and Market Days." Below, 
the scale. 

The border is formed by a thick line between two fine 
ones, with a double inner line marked off into degrees and 
minutes of latitude and longitude. Between the border 
hnes, at the bottom, " Longitude West from Greenwich." 
Below the border, the imprint. 

1853. 

A REPRINT OF THE ONE-INCH ORDNANCE SURVEY OF 1828-31. 

The sheets bear the original dates of 1828-31, but the 
following railways are added : — Bath to Bristol ; Bristol, via 
Gloucester and Cheltenham, to Birmingham ; Swindon, via 
Stroud and Stonehouse, to Gloucester and Cheltenham, with 
a branch to Cirencester. 

1855. 

CRUCHLEY'S RAILWAY MAP OF GLOUCESTER SHOWING ALL THE 
RAILWAYS «& NAMES OF STATIONS, ALSO THE TELEGRAPH LINES & 
STATIONS, IMPROVED FROM THE ORDNANCE SURVEYS . . . 
SCALE, 10 MILES [=-31 inches]. LONDON, PUBLISHED BY G. F. 
CRUCHLEY, MAP SELLER & GLOBE MAKER, 81, FLEET STREET. 
[1855.] 19 X 22^ in. 

A lithographic reproduction of J. Gary's large map of 
1801, as re-issued in 1821. The geological notes and colour 
panels around the map are reproduced. The railways are 
added, and Cruchley's title is substituted for that of Cary's. 
On the left of the title, the "Explanation " is added. Between 
the title and imprint : This map may be had Geologically 
Coloured." 

GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF ENGLAND AND WALES. SCALE OF 
STATUTE MILES, 5 [ = 5 MILES]. 

A reprint of the one-inch Ordnance Survey as re-issued 
in 1853. The sheets are coloured to show the geological 
formation and other geological data engraved on the plate. 
On the margin of each sheet is a list of colours and signs used. 
Pubhshed by the Geological Survey, 1 855-1 866. 



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1856. 

POST OFFICE MAP OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 1856. SCALE OF MILES, 
12 [::-2| inches]. ENGRAVED BY BECKER & SON, STATIONERS' 
COURT, LONDON. KELLY & CO. POST OFFICE DIRECTORY OFFICES, 
19, 20, & 21 OLD BOSWELL COURT, ST. CLEMENTS, STRAND, 
LONDON. 9i X 12| in. 

In Post Office Directory of Gloucestershire, with 
Herefordshire and Shropshire . . . London : 
Printed and Published by Kelly and Co., 19, 20, & 21, 
Old Boswell Court, St. Clements, Strand, 1856. 8vo. 

Shows towns, villages, hills, hundreds, woods, places of 
election, polling places, money order offices, roads, canals, 
rivers, and railways. 

Top left-hand corner, the title and scale. Below, note 
referring to the area and inhabitants of the county, and the 
signs for polling places and money order offices. Still lower, 
an arrow with transverse line. Bottom right-hand corner, 
list of " References to the Hundreds." Below, numbers 
of members returned to Parliament. On the left, " Places 
of Election." 

The border is formed by a thick line with a thin one 
inside. Below the border, the imprint and engraver's name. 

1857. 

A FURTHER REPRINT OF THE MAP ENGRAVED BY PIGOT & SON, 
1830 AND RE-ISSUED IN PIGOT & C0.'& BRITISH ATLAS, 1839. 

In A. Slater's New British Atlas, comprising the 
Counties of England upon which are laid down all 
railways completed and in progress. . . . pub- 
LISHED BY Isaac Slater (late Pigot & Slater), Fleet 
Street, London ; Fountain Street and Portland 
Street, Manchester : And sold by . . . Simpkin, 
Marshall & Co. Stationers Court ; Longman & Co., 
AND Sherwood & Co. Paternoster Row ; Arthur 
Varnham, 61, Strand ; and Hatchard & Son, Piccadilly. 
I. Slater, Printer, Fountain Street, Manchester. 
[1857-] fol. 

The imprint, below the border, now reads, " PubHshed 
by 1. Slater, Fleet Street London & Fountain St. Manchester." 



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Railways added are : — Oxford, via Moreton-in-the-Marsh 
and Chipping Campden, to Evesham, with a branch to 
Stratford-on-Avon ; Oxford, via Burford and Northleach, 
to Cheltenham ; the line from Swindon to Gloucester is 
corrected to its final route through Stroud and Stonehouse, 
with a branch to Cirencester ; the continuation of the 
Birmingham hne from Gloucester to Bristol ; and Gloucester 
to Chepstow, with a branch to Monmouth, 

There is no text accompanying the county maps in 
this edition. 

1858. 

A REPRODUCTION OF THE MAP ENGRAVED BY J. ROPER FOR THE 
BEAUTIES OF ENGLAND AND WALES, 1805. 

In Collins' Railway & Pedestrian Atlas of Eng- 
land . . . London : Darton and Co., 58, Holborn 
Hill. [1858.] 8vo. 

A lithographic reproduction. " Drawn and engraved 
under the direction of E. W. Brayley " is removed from the 
border, and the imprint, engraver's name, etc., is removed 
from below the border. No. " 15 " is added at the top 
right-hand corner, and the railways are shown up to date. 

A REPRINT OF THE MAP ENGRAVED BY J. ARCHER, 1840. 

In Dugdale's England and Wales Delineated. 
Edited by E. L. Blanchard. Volume i. London : L, 
Tallis, 21, Warwick Square, Paternoster Row, [1854- 
60]. 8vo. 

The railway from Oxford to Evesham has been erased 
and re-drawn in its correct position. The branch Hne, shown 
in the earlier issue, from Moreton-in-the-Marsh to Stratford- 
on-Avon is now shown nearer its correct route at Chipping 
Camden. A line is added from Bristol to the Severn, near 
Northwick, with a branch to Aust, and also a line from 
Gloucester to Chepstow. On the Bristol and Birmingham 
railway, near Bristol, " Midland R." is added. 

This edition of the Curiosities of Great Britain was issued 
in 50 parts from 1854-60. The map of Gloucestershire 
appeared in part 24, which was received by the British 
Museum, 15th. January, 1858. 



Maps of Gloucestershire. 



153' 



[A MAP OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE.] 

In The Geography of Gloucestershire ; by U. J. 
Davis . . . Gloucester: Printed and Published by 
E. Nest ; Westgate St. 1858. i2mo. 

I have not seen this work. F. A. Hyett, Esq., Painswick 
House, Painswick, possesses a copy, and it is mentioned 
in The Bibliographer' s Manual of Gloucestershire Literature 
. . . by F. A. Hyett . . . and The Rev. W. Bazeley 
. . . Gloucester ... 1895. 

1859. 

GLOUCESTERSHIRE. SCALE OF MILES, 10 [ = 1 inch]. PRINTED & 
PUBLISHED BY HEYWOOD, 170, DEANSGATE, MANCHESTER. 6 X 7f in. 

In The Gloucester and Bristol Diocesan Calendar, 

FOR THE YEAR . . . 1859. GLOUCESTER : E. NeST, 

Westgate Street. 8vo. 

A small poorly printed map. Re-issued in The Travelling 
Atlas of England and Wales, 1868. For the description of the 
map see under 1868. 

1860. 

A FURTHER REPRINT OF THE MAP ENGRAVED BY S. HALL, 1830. 

In A Travelling Atlas of the English Counties. 
By Sidney Hall . . . London : Chapman and Hall, 
193, Piccadilly, [i860]. 8vo. 

Top right-hand corner, between the border lines, no. 
" 14 " is added. Additional railways shown are : Bristol to 
North wick, on the banks of the Severn ; Gloucester to 
Chepstow, with a branch line to Ross ; and a proposed 
connection with Stroud. 

A REPRINT OF THE MAP ENGRAVED BY J. EMSLIE, 1848. 

In Reynolds's Geological Atlas of Great Britain 
. . . London : Published by James Reynolds, 174, 
Strand, i860. 8vo. 

A geologically coloured impression, with additional 
railways ; from near Corsham, via Melksham, to Devizes ; 
Bath, via Bradford, to Westbury, with a connecting line to 
Melksham ; Cam Junction to Dursley ; and Gloucester to Ross.. 



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A REPRINT OF THE MAP PUBLISHED BY HEYWOOD, 1859. 

In The Gloucester and Bristol Diocesan Calendar 
FOR i860 . . . Gloucester : E. Nest, etc. 8vo. 

Below the title is added : " Together with the part of 
Wilts in the Diocese of Gloucester and Bristol." 

GLOCESTERSHIRE. ENGRAVED BY SIDY. HALL. ENGLISH MILES, 
16 [ = 3i inches]. 121 x 16 in. 

In The English Counties. By Sidney Hall . . . 
London : Chapman and Hall, 193, Piccadilly, [i860.] 
fol. 

An enlarged lithographic reproduction of the i860 
edition of S. Hall's map of 1830, first issued in A Topographical 
Dictionary of Great Britain ... by John Gorton, 1833. 

Shows precisely the same detail as the smaller map, but 
the imprint is left out. 

WORCESTERSHIRE AND GLOUCESTERSHIRE. BY EDWD. WELLER, 
F.R.G.S. BRITISH STATUTE MILES, 10 [ = 31 inches]. ENGRAVED 
BY EDWD. WELLER, 34, RED LION SQUARE, LONDON, [I860]. 
2 SHEETS, EACH 17xll| in. 

In The Weekly Dispatch, July, 8, i860, fol. 

Sheet 2, Gloucestershire, is wanting in the British Museum 
copy of the Dispatch. For description of the map see the 
re-issue of 1863. 

MAP TO ACCOMPANY BLACK'S GUIDE TO GLOUCESTER, HEREFORD 
AND MONMOUTH SHIRES. SCALE OF MILES, 20 [ = lf inch]. lO^X 
5i in. WITH INDEX MAP TO ACCOMPANY BLACK'S GUIDE TO 
GLOUCESTER, HEREFORD & MONMOUTH. SCALE OF MILES, 20 
[ = li inches]. J. BARTHOLOMEW, EDIN. 6|x5i in. 

In Black's Tourist's Guide through the Counties 
OF Gloucester, Hereford, & JMonmouth . . . Edin- 
burgh : Adam and Charles Black, i860. 8vo. 

Not strictly a county map. The detail is filled in to 
the border, which is a single line. 

Top right-hand corner, the title and scale. The index 
map gives towns and railways only. 



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1861. 

A REPRINT OF J. & C. WALKER'S MAP OF 1835. 

In The British Atlas . . , By J. & C. Walker 
. . . London . . . 1861. fol. 

The maps are not dated in this issue. The University 
Library, Cambridge, possesses a copy, but I have not 
seen one. 

A REPRINT, COLOURED IN PARLIAMENTARY DIVISIONS, OF THE 
MAP ENGRAVED BY BECKER & SON, 1856. 

In The Post Office Directory Atlas of England and 
Wales. London : Published by Kelly and Co., 18 to 
21, Old Boswell Court, St. Clements, Strand : and 
sold by simpkin and marshall, and all booksellers. 
I1861.] fol. 

A hthographic copy, with shght corrections. The railway 
from Moreton-in-the-Marsh, and a junction on the line 
between Swindon and Bath, are added. In bottom left-hand 
•corner, below the border, is added : Printed from Stone 
by C. F. Cheffins & Son, London." 

A REPRINT OF JOHN HEYWOOD'S MAP OF 1859. 

In The Gloucester and Bristol Diocesan Calendar 
roR . . . 1861. Gloucester : E. Nest. Bristol ; 

T. KeRSLAKE, ETC. 8vo. 

The note added below the title in the i860 issue is erased. 
1862. 

A REPRINT OF THE ONE-INCH ORDNANCE SURVEY OF 1828—31. 

In the bottom left-hand corner of each sheet is " Electro- 
typed in 1862." The railways are brought up to date 
including a line from Oxford, via Moreton-in-the-Marsh, to 
Evesham ; a branch from the Bristol and Birmingham 
railway to Dursley ; and a line from Gloucester to 
Chepstow, with a branch to Ross. 



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ANOTHER EDITION OF J. & C. WALKER'S LARGE MAP OF 1835, 
ISSUED IN THE BRITISH ATLAS, 1837. 

In The British Atlas ... by ... J. & C. 
Walker. Published by Longman, Rees, & Co., Pater- 
noster Row, AND J. & C. Walker, 9, Castle Street, 
Holborn, 1862. fol. 

A fully coloured map, with the boundaries of the boroughs 
coloured blue, and the railways shown by a double line, and 
coloured in red. The parts of Somerset and Wilts are filled 
in with roads, parks, etc. 

GLOUCESTERSHIRE. BY EDWD. WELLER, F.R.G.S. ENGLISH 
MILES, 10 [ = 21 inches]. GEORGE PHILIP & SON, LONDON & LIVER- 
POOL, [1862]. 13x161 in. 

Shows towns, villages, paries, forests, woods, Roman ways^ 
roads, canals, rivers, and railways. 

Bottom right-hand corner, the title, author's name and 
scale, with signs for railways and roads. The detail breaks 
through the border both on the east and west. 

The border is framed by a thick line between two fine 
ones, with a fine inner line. 

GLOCESTERSHIRE. SCALE OF STATUTE MILES, 10 l = % inch]. 
LONDON : PUBLISHED BY G. F. CRUCHLEY, MAP SELLER & GLOBE 
MAKER, 81, FLEET STREET. 3| x4f in. 

In Cruchley's Railroad Companion to England & 
Wales shewing all the Railways & Stations with 
their names, also the Turnpike Roads . . . De- 
lineated on a series of 42 County maps. G. F. Cruchley, 
Map-seller & Globe Maker, 81, Fleet Street, London. 
[1862]. i2mo. 

A lithographic reproduction of Cary's small road map of 
1789, with considerable alterations. The panel bearing the 
title, and the half star compass indicator in the top border 
are left out. The information at the bottom of the plate 
is also left out, and the border brought up about a quarter of 
an inch. Railways are added to the plate. Top left-hand 
comer. No. " 13." Below the border, the imprint. Printed 
on the verso of page 12, which contains a map of Essex. 



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1863. 

A REPRINT OF THE MAP ENGRAVED BY BECKER & SON, 1856. 

In The Post Office Directory of Gloucestershire 
. . . London: Printed and Published by Kelly & Co., 
Old BoswELL Court, St. Clements, Strand, W.C. 1863. 8vo. 

Railways added are : From near Moreton-in-the-Marsh 
to Stratford-upon-Avon, with a branch to Shipston-on- 
Stour ; Tewkesbury to Evesham ; Chipping Norton railway 
as far as Burton-on-the- Water ; three branch lines, from the 
Gloucester and Chepstov/ railway, running through the Forest 
of Dean ; and a branch from the Midland Railway to Dursley. 

A REPRINT OF E. WELLER*S MAP PUBLISHED IN THE WEEKLY 
DISPATCH, 1860. 

In The Dispatch Atlas. London : Published at the 
" Weekly Dispatch " Office, 139, Fleet Street, London, 
and sold by all booksellers and newsagents, 1863. fol. 

A full and clearly engraved map in two sheets, the top 
one containing Worcestershire and the upper part of Glouces- 
tershire, first issued in the Weekly Dispatch, July 8th, i860. 

Shows towns, villages, parks, hills, roads, canals, rivers, 
and railways : — Bristol, via Gloucester and Cheltenham 
to Birmingham ; Swindon, via Stroud and Stonehouse, to 
Gloucester, with a branch to Cirencester ; Gloucester to 
Chepstow, with a branch to Ross ; and Oxford, via Moreton- 
in-the-Marsh and Chipping Campden, to Evesham. A 
tramway is shown from Gloucester to Cheltenham. 

Top left-hand corner, a design of the upper part of a 
globe with a scroll, upon which appears " The Dispatch 
Atlas," and above, the flying figure of Mercury. Bottom 
right-hand corner, the title, scale, a statistical note, and the 
figure of the Globe and Mercury repeated. The main roads 
are carried to the border, and the detail breaks through the 
border at top and bottom. 

The border is formed by a thick line between two fine 
ones, with a double inner line marked off into degrees and 
minutes of latitude and longitude. Across the top of the 
bottom sheet, where there is no border, is " Worcester- 



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shire & Gloucestershire (South Sheet)," and in a similar mamiife. 
at the bottom of the top sheet, " Worcestershire & Gloucester- 
shire (North Sheet)," with a statistical note on Worcestershire. 

Below the border, left-hand corner, " Weekly Dispatch 
Atlas. 139, Fleet Street." In the middle, " E. Weller 
Lithogr." Right-hand corner, the engraver's name. 

RAILWAY & STATION MAP OF GLOCESTERSHIRE WITH THE NAMES 
OF THE STATIONS. STATUTE MILES, 10 [ = 1^ inch]. LONDON. 
PUBLISHED BY G. F. CRUCHLEY, MAP-SELLER & GLOBE MAKER, 
81 FLEET STREET. 8| X lOf in. 

In Cruchley's County Atlas of England & Wales 

SHEWING ALL THE RAILWAYS & STATIONS . . . DE- 
LINEATED ON A SERIES OF 46 CoUNTY MaPS. PUBLISHED 

BY G. F. Cruchley, Map Seller & Globe Maker, 81, 
Fleet Street, London, 1863. 8vo. 

A lithographic reproduction of Gary's quarto map of 
1787, with considerable corrections. The original title, the 
star compass indicator and Gary's name, are left out, and the 
above title added in the top left-hand corner. The railways 
are shown by a heavy black line. Outside the border, 
bottom right-hand corner, is No. " 13." Below the border, 
Gruchley's imprint. 

1864. 

ANOTHER EDITION OF J. EMSLIE'S MAP OF 1848, AS ISSUED IN 1860. 

In Reynolds's Geological Atlas of Great Britain 
. . . London: James Reynolds, 174, Strand, [1864]. 8vo. 

An impression of the i860 edition, geologically coloured, 
and with the railway from Devizes to Hungerford added. 
The double outside border line, engraver's name, and imprint 
are erased. No. " 14 " is placed within the border in the 
bottom right-hand corner. 

A REPRINT OF THE ABOVE EDITION. 

In Portable Atlas of England and Wales ; with 
Tourists' Guide . . . London : James Reynolds, 174, 
Strand, W.G. [1864]. 8vo. * • 

An impression of the 1864 issue of J. Emshe's map, but 
without geological colouring. 



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MAP OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE SHEWING ALL THE RAILWAYS & 
STATIONS AND THE PARLIAMENTARY DIVISIONS. LONDON : 
SMITH & SON, 63, CHARING CROSS. SCALE, 10 MILES [ = 3| inches]. 
[1864.] 18x201 in. 

A litliograpliic reproduction, coloured pink, of C. Smith's 
large map of 1801. It shows all the detail of the first issue, 
and in addition places of county elections, boroughs returning 
one or two members to ParHament, railways and stations, and 
railways under construction. 

Top left-hand corner, the above title is substituted for 
the original one. On the right, the star compass indicator 
is reproduced, but the engraver's name is left out. Bottom 
right-hand corner, list of hundreds and scale as in the original. 
On the left, a list of " Polling Places " and " Explanation of 
Signs," and on the left of this the original " Explanation 
with the addition of railways. Below the border, " London. 
Published by Smith & Son, 63, Charing Cross." The notes 
around the map, giving the destination of roads, are con- 
siderably modified. 

GLOUCESTER AND BRISTOL. W. J. SACKETT, PRINTER & LITHO- 
GRAPHER, 11 BULL ST., BIRMN. 13| X 16i in. 

In A New Set of Diocesan Maps. By James Thos. 
Law ... AND William F. Francis. (Lichfield, Nov. 

1ST, 1864). fol- 

Map of the Diocese of Gloucester and Bristol, coloured to 
show the Archdeaconries of Bristol and Gloucester. The 
boundaries on the north, east, and west, agree Vvdth the county 
boundaries, but on the south a considerable portion of 
Wiltshire is included in the diocese. 

Show^s cities, towns, villages, deaneries, and rivers. 

Top right-hand corner, the title. On the right : " Arms 
of the Bishop." At the bottom, in the middle : " Reference " 
to the Archdeaconries and Deaneries. The border is formed 
by a thick line between two fine ones, with a double inner 
line. Below the border, the printer's name. 

Accompanied by a small Index Map, with a list of the 
parishes in each Deanery, on the back of which is a "Synopsis 
of The Diocese of Gloucester & Bristol." 



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1865. 

ANOTHER EDITION OF E. WELLER'S MAP ISSUED IN THE WEEKLY 
DISPATCH, 1860. 

In Cassell's British Atlas : consisting of the 
Counties of England . . . London : Cassell, Petter, 
AND Galpin, La Belle Sauvage Yard, Ludgate Hill, 
E.C. [1864-65]. fol. 

The County Maps of England, issued in the Weekly 
Dispatch, from Feb. 14th. 1858, to Nov, 23rd. 1862, were 
re-issued in nineteen monthly parts from Feb., 1864, to August, 
1865, by Cassell, Petter, and Galpin. Gloucestershire 
appeared in part 12, Jan., 1865. 

The railway from Bristol to New Passage is shown. The 
title, author's name, and scale, are transferred to the top left- 
hand corner, partly obliterating the design of the globe 
and Mercury. Top right-hand corner, a statistical note 
■of Worcestershire, giving area, population (from the 
census of 1861) and crime in 1862, etc. Bottom right-hand 
corner, a similar note for Gloucestershire is substituted 
for the title, etc. In the bottom right-hand comer of each 
sheet : London : Published by Cassell Petter & Galpin, 
La Belle Sauvage Yard, Ludgate Hill, E.C." is substituted 
for the name and address of the engraver. " Weekly Dispatch 
Atlas " and " E. Weller Lithogr." in the bottom left-hand 
•corner are erased. The upper sheet is numbered 40, and 
the lower, 41. 

GLOUCESTER, HEREFORD, AND MONMOUTH SHIRES. SCALE OF 
JVIILES, 20 [ = If inches]. 5f x 5^ in. 

In Black's Guide to Gloucestershire. Second edition. 
Edinburgh : Adam and Charles Black, 1865. 8vo. 

Apparently a part of the map issued in the first edition 
of the Guide in i860. The former edition extended eastward 
as far as London. The map is filled in to the border, and the 
•county of Gloucester coloured pink. 

Shows towns, villages, hills, roads, canals, rivers and 
Tail ways. 

Bottom right-hand corner, the scale. The border is formed 
by three lines. Outside the border, at the top, the title. 



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1866. 

HANDBOOK MAP OF HEREFORD, GLOUCESTER & WORCESTER. 
SCALE, 7 MILES TO ONE INCH. ENGRAVED BY W. & A. K. JOHNSTON, 
EDINBURGH. PUBLISHED BY JOHN MURRAY, ALBEMARLE STREET, 
LONDON, 1866. ll*xl2Hn. 

In A Handbook for Travellers in Gloucestershire 
. . . London : John Murray, Albemarle Street, 
1867. 8vo. 

As indicated by the title, this is not strictly a county map. 
It does not terminate at the county boundaries, but is 
filled in to the border. 

Shows towns, parishes, churches, hamlets, parks, 
gentlemen's seats, points of views, antiquities, caves, battle- 
fields, lakes, roads, canals, rivers, and railways. 

Bottom right-hand corner, the " Explanation." The 
border is formed by two lines. Above the border, the title. 
In the bottom right-hand corner, below the border, the 
engraver's name, and in the middle, the imprint. 

1867. 

MAP OF THE COUNTY OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE DIVIDED INTO 
HUNDREDS. CONTAINING THE DISTRICT DIVISIONS AND OTHER 
LOCAL ARRANGEMENTS. LONDON: EDWARD STANFORD, 6, 
CHARING CROSS. ISf X 17^ in. 

In Good and Great Men of Gloucestershire. A 
Series of Biographical Sketches ... By Joseph 
Stratford . . . Cirencester : C. H. Savory, Printer 
& Publisher, St. John Street. London : Morgan and 
Chase, 38 Ludgate Street, 1867. 8vo. 

A very clearly printed map, showing towns (with distances 
from London), villages, churches, chapels, hundreds, hills, 
parks, v/oods, forests, places returning members to Parlia- 
ment, places disfranchised and enfranchised, polling places, 
roads, canals, rivers, and railways. 

Top right-hand corner, the title, and below, a star compass 
indicator. Bottom right-hand corner : " Explanation." 
On the left : " Reference to the Hundreds," and below : 
Index to the Hundreds in East. Div. West. Div." 



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The border is formed by two fine lines, with an inter- 
mediate thick one, and a double inner line marked off into 
degrees and minutes of latitude and longitude. Between 
the border lines, at the bottom, Longitude West from 
Greenwich." Below the border, the impriat. 

1868. 

A REPRINT OF CRUCHLEY'S MAP OF 1855. 

Coloured in Parliamentary divisions. The title is 
corrected as follows : " Cruchley's Railway and Station 
Map of Gloucester . . . also the Turnpike Roads, Gentle- 
men's Seats," &c., &c. The hatched panel on which the scale 
appeared is erased, and the "Explanation " is transferred to the 
top left-hand corner, where it obliterates the compass indicator.. 
Bottom right-hand corner, outside the border. No. " 13." 

Railways added : — -Stratford-on-Avon, via Honeybourn 
and Evesham, to Ashchurch ; Tewkesbury to a junction 
with the Hereford line ; Chipping Norton to Burton-on-the- 
Water, and a projected extension to Cheltenham; a pro- 
jected line from Lechlade to a junction with the Chipping 
Norton branch at Wittington ; Stonehouse to Nailsworth, 
with a projected extension to Tetbury ; a projected line from 
Oldbury-on-Severn to Oldbury-on-the-Hill, on the opposite 
side of the county ; a projected line from Yate to Thornbury, 
and Mangotsfield to Bath ; Bristol to New Passage, with a 
proposed extension to Oldbury-on-Severn ; Lidney, through 
the Forest of Dean, connecting up vv'ith the branch from 
Newnham ; and a projected line from Monmouth to a junction 
with the Hereford and Worcester line. 

ANOTHER EDITION OF THE MAP IN CRUCHLEY'S COUNTY ATLAS 
OF ENGLAND AND WALES. 1863. 

In Cruchley's County Atlas of England & Wales 
. . . Published by G. F. Cruchley, Map Seller & 
Globe Maker, 81, Fleet Street, London, [1868]. 8vo. 

The title, in the top left-hand corner, is erased, and a new 
title, Gloucestershire," placed in the bottom right-hand 
corner causing the scale to be placed lower down. The 
imprint is omitted. 



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The railways added are : — Evesham to Ashchurch, with 
a projected branch to Winchcombe ; a proposed continua- 
tion of the hne from Burton-on-the- Water to Cheltenham, 
and a projected line from Lechlade to a junction with the 
Cheltenham line at Whittington ; Stonehouse to Nailsworth, 
and proposed continuation to Tetbury ; a projected line 
from Oldbury-on-Severn to Oldbury-on-the-Hill, on the 
opposite side of the county ; a new branch from Yate to 
Thornbury ; Mangotsfield to Bath ; Bristol to New Passage, 
and Bristol to Avon Mouth, with a proposed connection along 
the eastern shore of the Severn ; and a projected line from 
Monmouth to Bromesberrow, with a branch to Gloucester. 

GLOUCESTERSHIRE. SCALE OF MILES, 10 [ = 1 inch]. 6x7f in. 

In The Travelling Atlas of England and Wales 
. . . Manchester. Printed and Published by John 
Heywood, 141 & 143, Deansgate, [1868]. sm. 4to. 

The title on the cover is : John Heywood's County 
Atlas of England and Wales . . . Manchester : John 
Heywood 141 & 143, Deansgate. London : Simpkin, 
Marshall & Co. 

A rather poor lithographic map, bearing some resemblance 
to the map published by H. G. Collins in The Travelling 
Atlas of England and V/ales, 1845, but on close examination 
it is found to be quite different. 

Shows towns (with distances from London), principal 
villages, parks, hills, Forest of Dean, Roman ways, roads, 
canals, rivers, and railways. 

Top left-hand corner, in a long panel with background 
of hatching, the title. On the right, a small star compass 
indicator. Bottom right-hand corner, the scale. 

The border is formed by a thick hne, with hatching inside. 
Outside the border, top right-hand corner, No. " 16." 

GLOUCESTERSHIRE. ENGLISH MILES, 12 [ = 2^ inches]. [BY] 
W. HUGHES. LONDON. VIRTUE & CO. 9|xllf in. 

In The National Gazetteer : A Topographical 
Dictionary of the British Isles . . . Vol. 2. . . . 



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London : Virtue and Co., City Road and Ivy Lane. 
1868. 8vo. 

A very clearly printed map, coloured in light brown, 
shovv^ing towns, villages, parks, forests, woods, hills, roads, 
canals, rivers and railways. Bottom left-hand corner, title, 
scale, and signs for boundaries and railways. The detail 
b)reaks through the border on the west. 

The border is formed by a thick and thin line, with a 
double inner line marked off into degrees and minutes of 
latitude and longitude. Below the border, the imprint and 
author's name. 

1869. 

[GLOUCESTERSHIRE. J. BARTHOLOMEW, EDINR. PUBLISHED BY 
A. & C. BLACK, EDINBURGH.] 

In Black's Guide to Gloucestershire . . . Edin- 
burgh, 1869. 8vo. 

I have not seen this edition. For description see the 
fifth edition, 1881. It is mentioned in The Bihliographer' s 
Manual of Gloucestershire Literature . . . hy F.' A. Hyett 

. . and The Rev. W. Bazeley . . . Gloucester . . . 
1895. 

1870. 

A REPRINT OF J. & C. WALKER'S MAP OF 1835 AS RE-ISSUED 
IN 1862. 

In The British Atlas . . . By I. & C. Walker. 
Published by Longman, Rees, & Co. Paternoster Row, 
AND I. & C. Walker, 9, Castle Street, Holborn. 1870. 
fol. 

Another impression of Walker's map, with additional 
railways from : Evesham to Ashchurch ; Bledington, on the 
Warwickshire border, to Bourton-on-the- Water ; Tewkesbury 
to Upton-on-Severn ; Bristol to Avon Mouth, and Bristol to 
Portishead. The projected line from Bristol to New Passage 
is now shown as complete. 

A REPRINT OF THE MAP ENGRAVED BY BECKER AND SON FOR 
THE POST OFFICE DIRECTORY OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE, 1856. 

In The Post Office Directory of Shropshire Here- 
fordshire AND Gloucestershire . . . Edited by 



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E. R. Kelly . . . London : Printed and Published 
BY Kelly & Co., 51, Great Queen Street, Lincoln's Inn 
Fields W.C. . . . 1870. 8vo. 

An impression of the 1863 edition, with corrections. 
The stars denoting Money Order offices are erased, and the 
sign removed from below the title. Railways are not 
brought up to date, but remain the same as the 1863 issue. 
"J. M. Johnson & Sons, Printers, 3 Castle Street, Holborn, 
and 56, Hatton Garden, London," is substituted for En- 
graved by Becker & Son," etc. The address in the imprint 
is corrected to " 51 Great Queen Street, London, W.C." 

1872. 

A REPRINT OF CRUCHLEY'S MAP OF 1863 AS REISSUED IN 1868. 

In Cruchley's New Pocket Companion . . . for 
England & Wales . . . South- West Division . . . 
Cruchley, Map & Globe Manufacturer, 81, Fleet Street,, 
London, E.C. [1872J. 8vo. 

The Midland railway from Bath to Mangotsfield is shown 
as complete, in other respects the map is precisely the same 
as the 1868 issue. 

A REPRINT OF THE MAP ENGRAVED BY W. & A. K. JOHNSTON, 1866. 

In A Handbook for Travellers in Gloucestershire 
. . . London : John Murray . . . 1872. 8vo. 

The date at the bottom of the map is corrected to 1872, 
and the railways brought up to date. 

THE COUNTY OF GLOUCESTER. ENGLISH MILES, 8 [ = 1t& inches]. 
GEORGE PHILIP & SON, LONDON & LIVERPOOL. (PHILIPS* 
EDUCATIONAL SERIES OF COUNTY MAPS.) 6 X 8 in. 

In The Geography of Gloucestershire . . . By J- 
Walton . . . London : George Philip and Son, 32 
Fleet Street ; Liverpool : Caxton Buildings, South 
John Street, and 49 and 51 South Castle Street. 1872, 
8vo. 

A clearly printed map, divided and coloured in Parlia- 
mentary divisions. Shows towns, principal villages, hills, 
Dean Forest, Roman ways, roads, canals, rivers, and railways. 



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Bottom ri^ht-hand corner, the title, scale, division of the 
county, and signs for railways, canals and roads. 

The border is formed by a thick line, with a fine inner 
hne. Between the border lines, at the bottom : W. of 
Greenwich." Outside the border, at the top : " Phihps' 
Educational Series," etc. Below the border, the imprint. 

1873. 

ANOTHER EDITION OF THE ONE-INCH ORDNANCE SURVEY, 1828-31. 

In 1873 a reprint of the 1853 issue of the one-inch Ordnance 
Survey was published, bearing on each sheet the title : 
Index to Tithe Survey." With the addition of the boundary 
lines referring to the Tithe Survey. 

A REPRINT OF THE MAP BY W. HUGHES, 1868. 

In A New County Atlas of Great Britain and 
Ireland . . . By W. Hughes . . . London. Virtue 
& Co., City Road and Ivy Lane, [1873]. fol. 

The heights, in feet, are added to some of the hills. 
Railways added are : Bristol to Portishead, Bristol to 
Avonmouth, Stonehouse to Nailsworth, and Tewkesbury to 
Malvern Wells. Bottom right-hand corner, Heights in 
feet " is added. The imprint is re-engraved in larger type. 
Accompanied by two pages of text. 

ANOTHER EDITION OF BARTHOLOMEW'S MAP ISSUED IN BLACK'S 
GUIDE TO GLOUCESTERSHIRE, 1869. 

In Black's Guide to Gloucestershire . . . Edin- 
burgh, 1873. 

I have not seen this issue. For description see the fifth 
edition, 1881. It is mentioned in The Bibliographer's Manual 
of Gloucestershire Literature . . . hy F. A. Hyett . . , 
and The Rev. W. Bazeley . . . Gloucester ... 1895. 

A REPRINT OF PHILIPS' SMALL MAP OF 1872. 

In Philips' Handy Atlas of the Counties of England, 
By John Bartholomew . . . London : George Philip 
& Son, 32, Fleet Street ; Liverpool : Caxton Buildings, 



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South JohnTStreet, and 49, & 51, South Castle Street, 
1873. 8vo. : . .:• ^ 

The railway from Oxford to Fairford, and No. "13" in 
the top right-hand corner, are added. The title above the 
border is erased. 

1875. 

A REPRINT OF E. WELLER'S MAP OF 1862. 

In Philips' Atlas of the Counties of England . . . 
By Edward Weller . . . London : George Philip 
and Son, 32, Fleet Street. Liverpool : Caxton Build- 
ings, South John Street, and 49, & 51, South Castle 
Street. 1875. fol. 

Railways added are : Evesham to Ashchurch, Stone- 
house to Nailsworth, Bath to Mangotsfield, Bristol to 
New Passage, Bristol to Avonmouth, Bristol to Portishead, 
Yate to Thornbury, Berkley Road on the Midland line to 
Sharpness, Tewkesbury to Malvern, Monmouth to Ross, 
Newnham to a junction with the Monmouth and Ross line at 
Stow Field, and a branch to Lydney. In the bottom right- 
hand corner is added No. " 13." 

A FURTHER REPRINT OF CRUCHLEY'S MAP OF 1863, AS RE-ISSUED 
IN 1872. 

In Cruchley's County Atlas of England and Wales 
. . . Published by G. F. Cruchley , . . 1875. 8vo. 

Added below the border : " London, Pubhshed by G. F. 
Cruchley Map Seller & Globe Maker, 81, Fleet Street." A 
double line is ruled below the title. 

The railway from Stratford-on-Avon to Addleston, and 
the projected line forming a junction with the Evesham line 
at Lemington, are erased. The projected line from Oldbury- 
on-Severn to Oldbury-on-the-Hill is also erased. The 
railway from Yate to Thornbury is shown as complete. A 
projected loop line is shown between Monmouth and Coleford. 

The British Museum possesses a second copy of the 
atlas, coloured. 



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[MAP OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. ENGRAVED BY EDWD. WELLER.] 

In Collins' County Geographies, Edited by W, 
Lawson, F.R.G.S. Geography of Gloucestershire 
. . . By Rev. Thomas Randell . . . London. William 
Collins Sons & Co. [1875]. 8vo. 

I have not seen this. It is mentioned in The Biblio- 
grapher's Manual of Gloucestershire Literature . . . By 
Francis Adams Hyett . . . and The Rev. William Bazeley 
. . . Gloucester . . . 1895. 8vo. 

The map was re-issued in Atlas of England and Wales- 
. . . London : W. Collins, Sons & Company, [1877]. 

1876. 

A FURTHER REPRINT OF E. WELLER'S MAP ISSUED IN THE WEEKLY 
DISPATCH, 1860. 

In Bacon's New Quarto County Atlas ... of the 
Counties of England and Wales. London : G. W. 
Bacon & Co. . . . 127, Strand, W.C. [1876]. foL 

The title, author's name, and scale are re-instated in 
their original position, in the bottom right-hand corner, in 
place of the note. Between the author's name and the scale, 
a note of four lines is inserted, giving the areas of the counties, 
etc. The note in the top right-hand corner, and Cassell's 
imprint in the bottom right-hand corner of the top sheet, 
are erased. " G. W. Bacon & Co., 127 Strand, London," 
is substituted for Cassell's imprint in the bottom right-hand 
corner of the lower sheet. The sheets bear the numbers 
50 and 51 in the top right-hand corners. 

A REPRINT OF PHILIPS' SMALL MAP OF 1872 AS REISSUED IN 1873. 

In Philips' Handy Atlas of the Counties of Eng- 
land ... BY John Bartholomew . . . London 
. . . 1876. 8vo. 

Railways added are : Berkley Road to Sharpness ; 
Newnham to a junction with the Monmouth and Ross 
railway; Lidney to a junction with the Newnham branch; a 
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and also an intermediate branch line, from the Gloucester 
and Chepstow railway, between the two. 

No. " 13 " is now placed in the bottom right-hand corner. 

[MAP OF THE COUNTY OF GLOUCESTER.] 

In Morris & Co.'s Commercial Directory & Gazetteer 
OF Gloucestershire with Bristol and Monmouth. 
Second edition. Nottingham, 1876. 8vo. 

I have not seen this work. There is a copy in the 
possession of The Rev. William Bazeley, Matson Rectory, 
Gloucestershire, and it is mentioned in The Bibliographer's 
Manual of Gloucestershire Liter atvire . . . by F. A. Hyett 
. . . a7id The Rev. IV. Bazeley . . . Gloucester . . . 
1895. 

COLLINS' NEW SCHOOL ROOM MAP OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 
ENGLISH MILES, 10 [ = 71 inches]. 35ix47i mm. 

A varnished map for hanging in the schoolroom, coloured 
in Parliamentary divisions. Shows towns, principal villages, 
hills, battle sites, Roman ways, roads, canals, rivers and 
railways. 

Bottom right-hand corner, the title. The border is 
formed by a thick and a thin line, with an inner line marked 
off into degrees and minutes of latitude and longitude. 
Along the top, outside the border: ''Collins' New Series of 
School-Room Maps ; Edited by W. Lawson, F.R.G.S." 
Below the border, bottom right-hand corner : '' William 
Collins, Sons, & Co., London & Glasgow." 

1876-87. 

ORDNANCE SURVEY OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. SURVEYED IN 1873 
—84. SCALE : 12,500, OR, 25-344 INCHES TO A MILE. ORDNANCE 
SURVEY OFFICE : SOUTHAMPTON, 1876—1887. 20 VOLS. LARGE 
FOLIO. 

This map is on the same scale as the actual survey. It 
is sufficiently large to show every detail on the ground, and 
occupies about eleven hundred sheets, each measuring 
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A book of reference v\^as issued for each parish in the 
county, giving an index map of the parish on the scale of one 
inch to the mile, a description of the type and signs used on 
the map, the area in acres of each numbered field or plot in 
the parish, and an index to places. 

1877. 

A REPRINT OF CRUCHLEY'S LARGE MAP OF 1855 AS REISSUED 
IN 1868. 

A vertically etched panel is added as a background to 
the scale. The projected railways from Burton-on-the- 
Water, Bath to Mangotsfield, and Yate to Thornbury, are 
completed. A branch line is shovm from Berkley Road to 
Sharpness. A projected line is shown from Tewkesbury to 
Ross, and a line added from Ross to Monmouth, with two 
additional branches in the Forest of Dean. 

OFFICIAL MAP OF GLOUCESTER. SCALE OF MILES, 10 [ = 2i inches]. 
W. J. FREEMAN, STEAM-LITHO. 2, OLD SWAN LANE, UPPER 
THAMES ST., E.C. 14xl7|m. 

In Gloucestershire. The " Official " County Map 
& Guide . . . London : Offices, 19, Salisbury 
Street, Strand. Simpkin, Marshall, & Co., Stationers' 
Hall Court, [1877]. 8vo. 

Coloured in Parliamentary divisions. Shows towns (with 
distances from London), villages, parks, hills, hundreds, 
woods, number of members returned to Parliament, roads 
(with distances from town to town), canals, rivers, and 
railways. 

Top left-hand corner, a view of " Tewkesbury Church." 
Below, a star indicator of the points of the compass. On the 
right : " Reference to the Hundreds." Bottom left-hand 
corner, a note giving population, etc. Bottom right-hand 
corner, the title, and below, the " Explanation." On the left : 
" Market Towns and Market Days," and below this, the scale. 

The border is formed by a thick line between two fine 
ones, with a double inner hne marked off into -degrees and 
minutes of latitude and longitude. Below the border, at 
the bottom left-hand corner, the lithographer's name. 



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SKETCH MAP OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. SHEWING THE POSITION 
OF ANCIENT EARTHWORKS. SCALE OF MILES, 20 [ = 31 inches]. 
81x8 in. 

In Proceedings of the Cotteswold Naturalists' 
Field Club. Volume 6. Gloucester : Printed by John 
Bellows, Eastgate Street, 1877. 8vo. 

An outline map, with numbers (1-78) to indicate position 
of ancient earthworks. Shows hills and rivers only. 

Top left-hand corner, a cross with arrow-head indicating 
the north. On the right, the scale. Bottom right-hand 
corner, the title. The border is formed by a double line. 
On the back of the right-hand half : " Plate II. Camps on 
the Cotteswold Hills." 

GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 12f X 15| in. 

In Proceedings of the Cotteswold Naturalists' 
Field Club. Volume 6. Gloucester, 1877. 8vo. 

An outline map with Roman numerals I-XII, indicating 
botanical districts. Shows rivers and railways only. 

Top left-hand corner, the title. Bottom right-hand 
corner, list of " Botanical Districts." The border is formed 
by three lines. 

THE " PICTORIAL WORLD " MAP OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. ENGLISH 
MILES, 10 [ 2| inches]. iZi x 16 in. 

In The Pictorial World. No. 196. Vol. 8. 
December 8th. 1877. fol. 

A poorly drawn map, coloured green, showing towns, 
villages, parks, hills, woods, forests, roads, canals, rivers, and 
railways. 

Bottom right-hand corner, the scale, and signs for railways 
and roads. 

The border is formed by a thick line between two fine 
ones, and an inner line divided off into degrees and minutes 
of latitude and longitude. Outside the border at the top, 
the title. On the back, statistical account of the " County 
■of Gloucester," and the " Population of the Parishes and 
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GLOUCESTERSHIRE. ENGLISH MILES, 10 [ = inches]. WILLIAM 
COLLINS, SONS, & CO., LONDON & GLASGOW. 6ix8 in. 

In Atlas of England and Wales . . . London : 
William Collins, Sons & Company, [1877]. 8vo. 

A reprint of the map issued in Collins' County 
Geographies, 1875. Coloured in Parliamentary divisions. 
Shows towns, villages, hills, forests, Roman ways, roads, 
canals, rivers, and railways. 

Bottom right-hand corner, the title, scale, and signs for 
the railways, etc. 

The border is formed by a double line, with a fine inner 
line. Outside the border, top left-hand corner, " 23." At 
the bottom, the imprint. 

1878. 

GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 5| x8 in. 

In The Midland Counties Atlas ... by John 
Bartholomevv^ . . . William Collins, Sons, & Co.^ 
London & Glasgow. [1878]. 8vo. 

A poor, sketchy sort of map, printed on the right-hand 
half of the inside of the front cover, the other half being 
occupied by a map of Oxfordshire. 

Shows towns, principal villages, hills, roads, rivers, and 
railways. 

Bottom right-hand corner, the title. The border is 
formed by a single line. 

1879. 

POST OFFICE MAP OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE, 1879. SCALE OF MILES, 
12 [ = 3 inches]. KELLY & CO., POST OFFICE DIRECTORY OFFICES, 
51, GREAT QUEEN STREET, LONDON, W.C. 12xl5|: in. 

In The Post Office Directory of Shropshire, Here- 
fordshire AND Gloucestershire . . . Edited by 
E. R. Kelly . . . London : Printed and Published 
BY Kelly & Co. . . . 1879. ^vo. 

A very clearly printed map, showing towns, villages, 
parks, woods, hills, Roman ways, roads, canals, rivers, and 
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Top left-hand corner, title, date, scale, and a note giving 
area and population. Bottom right-hand corner : " Refer- 
ence to the Hundreds." Below, note giving the number of 
members returned to Parliament. On the left : " Places of 
Election." 

The border is formed by a double line. Below the border, 
the imprint. 

GLOUCESTER. SCALE OF MILES, 10 [ = 1^ inches]. J. BARTHOLOMEW, 
EDINR. ENCYCLOPAEDIA BRIT ANNICA. NINTH EDITION. 7x9|in. 

In The Encyclopaedia Britannica . . . Ninth 
EDITION, Volume X. Edinburgh : Adam and Charles 
Black, 1879. 4to. 

A clearly printed map, showing towns, principal villages, 
parks, hills, forests, Roman ways, roads, canals, rivers, and 
railways. 

Bottom right-hand corner, the scale and a note giving the 
divisions. The detail breaks into the border on the east and 
west. 

The border is formed by three lines, with a double inner 
line marked off into degrees and minutes of latitude and 
longitude. Above the border, at the top, the title, and in 
the right-hand corner : " Plate VII." Below the border, 
the author's name and title of the work. 

1880. 

[A MAP OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE.] 

In Deacon's Court Guide Gazetteer and Royal 
Blue Book. . . . with a coloured map of the county. 
First edition. London, [1880]. 8vo. 

I have not seen this. It is noted in The Bibliographer' s 
Manual of Gloucestershire Literature . . . by F. A. Hyett 
. . . and The Rev. W. Bazeley . . . Gloucester . . . 
1895, where it is stated : It was intended to pubhsh it 
every three years, but no other edition has been issued." 
An edition, however, was issued in 1899, but the pubhshers 
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1881. 

A REPRINT OF PHILIP'S SMALL MAP OF 1872, AS RE-ISSUED IN 1876. 

In Gloucestershire Notes and Queries. Edited 
BY the Rev. Beaver H. Blacker . . . vol. i. London : 
W. Kent & Co. . . . 1881. 8vo. 

The imprint is removed to the bottom right-hand corner. 

GLOUCESTERSHIRE. J. BARTHOLOMEW, EDINR. SCALE OF 
MILES, 8 [ = 2 inches]. PUBLISHED BY A.& C. BLACK, EDINBURGH, 

101x131 in. 

In Black's Guide to Gloucestershire . . . fifth 
edition. Edinburgh : Adam and Charles Black, 1881. 
8vo. 

A clearly printed map, with details of the surrounding 
counties filled in to the border of the map. Shows towns, 
villages, parks, woods, forests, roads, canals, rivers, and 
railways. 

The border is formed by three lines. Outside the border, 
at the top, the title ; at the bottom, the scale, imprint, and 
compiler's name. 

[MAP OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE.] 15 ENGLISH MILES [ = 11 inches], 
STANFORD'S GEOGL. ESTABT., LONDON. S^xSi in. 

In Geographical Readers for Elementary Schools. 
By Charlotte M. Mason. London : Edward Stanford, 
65, Charing Cross, S.W., 1881. 8vo. 

A rather roughly executed map of the county, without a 
title, filled in to the border with detail of the surrounding 
counties. 

Shows chief towns, hills, rivers, and railways. The 
border is formed by a double line, broken by the detail on 
the east and west. Below the border, the scale and imprint. 

1883. 

A FURTHER REPRINT OF CRUCHLEY'S LARGE MAP OF 1855 AS 
REISSUED IN 1877. 

In Harrison's Finger Post " Bicycle Road Guide 
AND County Map of Gloucester . . . E. Harrison & 
Co., 259, Oxford Street, London, [1883]. 8vo. 



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The projected railways from Fairford to Andoversford, 
Nailsworth to Tetbury, Oldbury-on-the-Hill to Oldbury-on- 
Severn, Tewkesbury to Ross, and Gloucester to Worcester, 
are erased. The plate still bears the No. " 13." On the back 
are eighteen advertisements. 

A FURTHER REPRINT OF THE MAP ISSUED IN THE "WEEKLY 
DISPATCH," 1860, AS RE-ISSUED BY BACON IN 1876. 

In New Large Scale Ordnance Atlas of the British 
Isles . . . London : Edited and Published by George 
W. Bacon . . 127, Strand. Large 4to. 

The title is repeated in the top left-hand corner of the 
upper sheet, with the note : " Reduced from the Ordnance 
Survey. Divided into 5 mile squares." Lines are added 
to the map and index letters in the border for that 
purpose. The note between Weller's name and the scale 
on the lower sheet is superseded by : " Divided into 5 mile 
squares," and above Weller's name is added : Reduced 
from the Ordnance Survey." On the left is a note referring 
to names of railway stations. The projected railways from 
Bourton-on-the- Water to Cheltenham, and from Fairford to 
Andoversford are erased. 

MAP OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE, SHEWING ITS ANCIENT CAMPS , 
ROMAN VILLAS, BARROWS, & ROADS. SCALE, 5 MILES [ = 2^ inches]. 
32i X 35 in. 

Accompanying an Arch^ological Handbook of the 
County of Gloucester. By G. B. Witts . . . Chelten- 
ham : G. Norman, Clarence Street, [1883]. 8vo. 

A Hthographic reduction of the hill-shaded edition of 
the one-inch Ordnance Survey, with a large amount of 
archaeological detail super-imposed. 

Shows, in addition to the somewhat microscopic detail 
of the Ordnance Survey, ancient camps, Roman villas, long 
barrows, round barrows, and ancient roads. 

Top left-hand corner, in a rectangular panel, the title and. 
scale. Bottom right-hand corner, in a similar panel, indica- 
tions of the signs used on the map. Around the map, 
enclosed by a second border formed by three lines, are 
twenty-six plans of villas, camps, and barrows, drawn to scale. 



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1883-88. 

ORDNANCE SURVEY OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. SURVEYED IN 1873-84. 
SCALE, SIX INCHES TO ONE STATUTE MILE, OR . . . 1: 10,560. 
ORDNANCE SURVEY OFFICE, SOUTHAMPTON, 1883-88. 

The first edition, without contours, reduced from the 
25-inch survey, and showing about the same detail. Two 
hundred and forty-one quarter sheets, each measuring 
18 X 12 in. 

1883-92. 

ANOTHER EDITION OF THE SIX-INCH ORDNANCE SURVEY OF 

188E— 88. 

The same as the first issue, but with contours added. 
1884. 

ANOTHER EDITION OF J. AND C. WALKER'S MAP OF 1835, ISSUED 
IN THE BRITISH ATLAS, 1837. 

In Letts' s Popular County Atlas being a complete 
- SERIES OF Maps delineating the whole surface of 
England and Wales . . . Letts, Son & Co. Limited, 
London Bridge, E.C, 1884. fol. 

A Hthographic reproduction of J. & C. Walker's map, 
first issued in the British Atlas, 1837. 

The title and Walker's name in the top left-hand corner 
have been erased, and the title " Gloucester" re-engraved in 
large type with " Letts, Son & Co. Limited, London," added 
below. 

Below the title, a note giving population, area, rental, 
inhabited houses, poor rates, and paupers, is substituted for 
the original note. 

In the middle, at the top, the note giving the number of 
members returned to Parliament is replaced by a note 
showing manufacturers. 

Bottom right-hand corner, the two insets of detached 
portions of Gloucestershire, list of hundreds, and places of 
election, are erased, and, " Explanation of signs " substituted. 

Lines of latitude and longitude are added to the map, and 
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T^etween the border lines, and " Letts, Son & Co. Limited, 
London Bridge, E.C.," substituted for Longman's imprint. 

A copy of the atlas is in. the University Library, 
Cambridge. 

A FURTHER REPRINT OF THE MAP ENGRAVED BY W. & A, K, 
JOHNSTON, 1868. 

In A Handbook for Travellers in Gloucestershire 
. . . Third edition . . . London : John Murray 
. . . 1884. 8vo. 

The date in the imprint is corrected to 1884, and the 
railways brought up to date. 

A REPRINT OF THE MAP BY J. BARTHOLOMEW, 1831. 

In Black's Guide to the County of Gloucester. 
Sixth edition. Edinburgh, Adam and Charles Black, 
1884. 8vo. 

An unaltered impression of the issue of 1881. 

1885. 

A REPRINT OF E. WELLER'S LARGE MAP OF 1862, AS REISSUED IN 
1875. 

In Philips' Atlas of the Counties of England . . . 
London : George Philip and Son . . . 1885. fol. 

An additional railway is shown from Swindon, via Crick- 
lade, to Cirencester. 

A REPRINT OF PHILIPS' SMALL MAP OF 1872, AS REISSUED IN 1876. 

In Philips' Handy Atlas of the Counties of England 
. . . London : George Philip & Son . . . 1885. 8vo. 

The railway from Swindon, via Cricklade, to Cirencester 
is added. 

A FURTHER REPRINT OF E. WELLER'S LARGE MAP OF 1362, AS 
REISSUED IN 1885. 

The cover bears the title : Philips' Cyclists' Map of 
the County of Gloucester shev/ing the Main Roads 
distinctly coloured . . . George Philip & Son, 32, 
Fleet Street, London and Liverpool/' 

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The plate has been prepared for this issue by the addition 
of arrows of three different kinds, showing the dangerous 
hills, and letters indicating accommodation for cyclists. 
Weller's name and the note explaining the colour in the 
bottom right-hand corner are erased. 

GLOUCESTER. SCALE OF MILES, 5 [ = f inch], STANFORD'S 
GEOGRAPHICAL ESTABT. LONDON: EDWARD STANFORD, 55, 
CHARING CROSS. 7xl0f in. 

In Stanford's Parliamentary County Atlas and 
Handbook of England and Wales . . . London, 
Edward Stanford . . . 1885. 8vo. 

Coloured in Parliamentary divisions. The detail of the 
surrounding counties reaches to the border, and the county 
boundary indicated by an engraved and coloured line. 

Shows towns, villages, castles, parks, roads, canals, 
rivers, and railways. 

The border is formed by a thick line with a thin inner line 
marked off into miles. Bottom left-hand corner, between 
the border lines, " Scale of miles." Outside the border at the 
top, the title, and at the bottom, the imprint. 

GLOUCESTERSHIRE. . . . SCALE OF FOUR MILES TO AN INCH, 
R. OWEN JONES LT. COLONEL R.E. ZINCOGRAPHED AT THE 
ORDNANCE SURVEY OFFICE, SOUTHAMPTON, 1885. 12|xl3| in. 

In Report of the Boundary Commissioners for 
England and Wales, 1885. London : Printed by Eyre 

AND SpOTTISWOOD . . . 1885. fol. 

A somewhat coarsely drawn map, prepared to show the 
proposed new parliamentary divisions of the county. The 
detail of the surrounding counties extends to the border of 
the map. 

Shows towns, villages, roads, canals, rivers, and railways. 
The boundaries of the proposed parliamentary divisions are 
shown in red, and those of the petty sessional divisions in 
blue. The proposed parliamentary boroughs are indicated 
in slate colour. 

At the top, in the middle, the title in a long panel, and 
belovv^, ''New divisions of county." Bottom right-hand 



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corner, the compiler's name, and on the left, the Reference." 
Above, the scale. 

The border is formed by two fine lines, the outer one being 
extended at the bottom to enclose the imprint. 

A REPRINT OF THE MAP BY R. 0. JONES, 1885. 

In Return showing with respect to each of the 
SEVERAL Counties of England . . . divided by " The 
Redistribution of Sex\ts Act, 1885," the contents of 
each division . . . july, 1885 . . . london i 
Printed by Henry Hansard and Son. fol. 

Another impression, with corrections, of the map issued 
in the Boundary Commissioners' Report earlier in the year. 
The details outside the county boundary are omitted, and 
the colour for the boundaries of the petty sessional divisions 
is black. 

1886, 

ANOTHER EDITION OF STANFORD'S MAP OF 1881. 

In Stanford's Handy Atlas and Poll Book ... of 
Great Britain and Ireland . . . London : Edward 
Stanford, 55, Charing Cross, 1886. 8vo. 

A more clearly printed map than the original. It is 
printed in blue with the addition of the Parliamentary 
divisions in colours. At the top is added : Gloucester," 
and No. " 24." 

ANOTHER COPY OF THE ABOVE. 

In Stanford's Handy Atlas and Poll Book . . . 
Second edition. London . . . 1886. 

This copy is differently coloured, Thornbury being yellow 
and Cirencester light blue instead of pink. 

1887. 

A REPRINT OF J. & C. WALKER'S MAP OF 1835, AS RE-ISSUED BY 
LETTS, SON & CO. IN 18S4. 

In Letts' s Popular County Atlas ... of England 
and Wales . . . Mason & Payne Proprietors and 



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Publishers of Letts's Atlases, 41, Cornhill, London, 
E.G., 1887. fol. 

The names of the Parhamentary divisions are added, and 
the boundary of the Borough of Bristol extended according 
to the " Redistribution of Seats Act " 1885. 

There is a copy of the atlas in the Cambridge University 
Library. 

ENGLAND AND V^^ALES. COMBINED INDEX SHEWING CIVIL 
PARISHES AND THE ORDNANCE SURVEY MAPS OF GLOUCESTER- 
SHIRE ON THE 1-INCH, 6-INCH, AND 25-INCH SCALES. SURVEYED 
IN 1873-83. SCALE OF THIS INDEX FOUR MILES TO ONE INCH. 
PHOTOZINCOGRAPHED AND PUBLISHED AT THE ORDNANCE 
SURVEY OFFICE, SOUTHAMPTON, 1887. 19 x 21 in. 

An outline m^ap giving the names and boundaries of 
parishes. 

1888. 

MAP TO ACCOMPANY THE GUIDE TO GLOUCESTERSHIRE. SCALE 
OF MILES, 5 [ = I inch]. LONDON : EDWARD STANFORD, 55, CHARING 
GROSS. 7 X lOi in. 

In Tourist's Guide to Gloucestershire ... by 
R. N. Worth . . . London : Edv/ard Stanford, 
1888. 8vo. 

A very full and clearly printed map. It includes con- 
siderable portions of the surrounding counties, and is filled 
in to the border. 

Shows towns, villages, parks, Roman ways, roads, canals, 
rivers, and railways. 

The border is formed by a thick line, with a fine inner 
line marked off into miles. 

Outside the border, at the top, the title, at the bottom, 
the imprint, and " Stanford's Geographical Estabt." 

SOUTH MIDLAND COUNTIES. SCALE OF ENGLISH MILES, 50 [ = 2| 
inches]. J. BARTHOLOMEW, EDINBURGH. 7^x5 in. 

In Pocket Atlas of England & Wales. By J. 
Bartholomew . . . Third edition . . . London : 
John Walker & Co., Farringdon House, Warvv^ick Lane, 
E.G. 1888. 8vo. 



Maps of Gloucestershire, 



A map showing the South-Midland Counties, including" 
Gloucestershire. 

Shows towns, principal villages, hills, rivers, and railways. 

The border is formed by a double line, with an inner 
line marked off into degrees and minutes of latitude and 
longitude. Between the border lines are letters of reference. 
Outside the border, at the top, the title. In the left-hand 
corner, " Pocket Atlas of England & Wales," and in the 
right-hand corner, " Plate g." At the bottom, the scale, 
signs for railways and towns, and in the right-hand corner, 
''J. Bartholomew, Edinr." 

DIAGRAM OF THE ORDNANCE SURVEY OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 
SHEWING CIVIL PARISHES. SCALE OF THIS DIAGRAM 4 MILES 
TO ONE INCH. PHOTOZINCOGRAPHED AT THE ORDNANCE SURVEY 
OFFICE, SOUTHAMPTON, 1888, 23 x 17| in. 

An outline map giving the names and boundaries of 
parishes. 

Top left-hand corner, the title and scale. Right-hand 
side, enlarged sketches of Bristol and Gloucester. At the 
bottom : " References " and imprint. 

DIAGRAM OF THE SANITARY DISTRICTS IN GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 
SHEWING ALSO CIVIL PARISHES. SCALE OF THIS DIAGRAM 4 
MILES TO ONE INCH. PHOTOZINCOGRAPHED AT THE ORDNANCE 
SURVEY OFFICE, SOUTHAMPTON, 1888. 23xl7| in. 

An outline map with the boundaries and names of 
Unions printed in red, and other Urban Sanitary districts 
in blue. 

The same map as the above, with slightly altered title 
and additional information. 

LOCAL GOVERNMENT BOUNDARY COMMISSION. DIAGRAM OF 
THE ALTERATIONS PROPOSED BY THE BOUNDARY COMMISSION 
IN THE COUNTY OF GLOUCESTER. SCALE OF THIS DIAGRAM 
4 MILES TO 1 INCH, ROBT. OWEN JONES. 19 x 24 in^ 

In Report of the Boundary Commissioners of 
England and Wales, i888. Vol. I. Printed by Eyre 
AND Spottiswood . . . East Harding Street, Fleet 
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The groundwork of the map itself is the same as the two 
preceding plates, with the alterations proposed by the 
Boundary Commissioners super-imposed in colours. 

1889. 

ANOTHER EDITION OF EMSLIE'S MAP OF 1848, AS ISSUED BY 
J. REYNOLDS IN 1864. 

In Reynolds's Geological Atlas of Great Britain 
. . . Second edition. London : James Reynolds & 
Sons, 174, Strand, 1889. 8vo. 

The map is now intersected by lines, and the following 
additions made : — Below the title, " Index to Sheets of 
Geol. Ordce. Map," and a note referring to fossils. On the 
right, a note referring to corals. Bottom left-hand corner, 
a note referring to coral beds and fossils. Bottom right-hand 
corner, two notes. Below the border, the imprint : 
" London. Published by James Re3molds & Sons, 174, 
Strand." 

ANOTHER EDITION OF THE MAP ISSUED IN THE "WEEKLY 
DISPATCH," 1860, AS RE-ISSUED BY BACON IN 1876 AND 1883. 

In New Large Scale Atlas of the British Isles 
. . . London . . . George W. Bacon, F.R.G.S., 127, 
Strand, [1889]. 4to. 

On the northern sheet, the scale is transferred from the 
bottom of the sheet to the top left-hand corner below the 
title. Below the scale are added the signs for railways and 
boroughs. Top right-hand corner, a list of colours for the 
" Parliamentary Divisions." Above the border is added : 
" Wor'ster & Glo'ster. N." On the southern sheet, Weller's 
name is erased, and the note referring to railways placed 
directly below the scale. On the left is a list of colours for 
the " Parliamentary divisions." Top right-hand corner : 
" Wor'ster & Glo'ster. S." is added. 

GLOUCESTER. ENGLISH MILES, 10 [ = 2^ Inches]. W. & A. K. 
JOHNSTON, EDINBURGH & LONDON. 9f x7| in. 

In The Modern County Atlas of England & Wales 
. . . W. & A. K. Johnston, Edinburgh & London, 
1889. fol. 



Maps of Gloucestershire. 



The map of Gloucestershire occupies about two-thirds of 
the lower portion of a page measuring g% x 13J in. The 
upper part, divided by a thick line, being devoted to a map 
of Glamorganshire. The map is intersected by lines with 
marginal reference letters. 

Shows towns, villages, parks, heaths, hills, roads, canals, 
rivers, and railways. 

Bottom right-hand corner, the title and scale. 

The border is formed by a thick line round the whole plate, 
with a fine inner line round the county. Below the border, 
bottom right-hand corner, the imprint. 

GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 1889. SCALE OF MILES, 12 [ = 2| inches]. 
KELLY & CO., POST OFFICE DIRECTORY OFFICES, GREAT QUEEN 
STREET, LONDON, W.C. 9^ x 13i in. 

In Kelly's Directory of Somersetshire and 
Gloucestershire . . . London : Printed and Pub- 
lished BY Kelly & Co. . . . 1889. 8vo. 

A clearly printed map, showing towns, villages, parks, 
woods, hills, roads, canals, rivers, and railways. 

Top left-hand corner, title, date, and scale, and belov/, a 
note giving the area of the county. Bottom right-hand 
■corner, list of the " Hundreds." 

The border is formed by a double hne. Below the 
border, the imprint. 

1890. 

lA MAP OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE.] SCALE OF MILES, 12 [ = If inches]. 
,8|x7| in. 

In A Glossary of Dialect & Archaic Words used in 
the County of Gloucester . . . Edited by Lord 
Moreton. London : Published for the English Dialect 
Society By Kegan Paul & Co. 1890. 8vo. 

An outline map, divided into eight districts, to show 
approximately the area in which the words of the glossary 
were known to occur. 

Shows a few towns, hills, and rivers only. Bottom 



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right-hand hah^ an ornamental arrow indicating the north,* 
Below, the scale. 

The border is formed by a thick line, with two fine inner 
lines. 

1890-93. 

ORDNANCE SURVEY OF ENGLAND. SCALE OF ONE INCH TO ONE 
STATUTE MILE-=1: 63,360. ENGRAVED AT THE ORDNANCE SURVEY 
OFFICE, SOUTHAMPTON. . . . PUBLISHED BY MAJOR GENERAL 
SIR C. W. WILSON. . . . DIRECTOR GENERAL, 1874-95. SIZE OF 
EACH SHEET 191x131 in. 

This is the new series of the Ordnance Survey of England 
and Wales, with contours, but without hill shading. 
Gloucestershire is shown on sheets 199, 200, 215, 216, 217, 
218, 233, 234, 235, 250, 251, 252, 253, 264 and 265, which are 
dated 1887 to 1893. Sheet 253, dated 1887, contains such 
a very small portion of Gloucestershire that I have ignored 
that date in the heading. 

Shows all the surface features, and heights in feet, above 
the mean sea level at Liverpool. It shows the roads in three 
classes, viz. : — Main roads, ordinary metalled roads, and 
minor roads. 

1891. 

A REPRINT OF THE MAP ENGRAVED BY E. WELLER FOR THE 
" WEEKLY DISPATCH " 1860, AS RE-ISSUED BY BACON IN 1889. 

In New Large-Scale Atlas of the British Isles 
. . . Edited by G. W. Bacon, F.R.G.S. London . . . 
G. W. Bacon & Co. . . . 1891. 4to. 

1892. 

A REPRODUCTION OF THE PLAYING CARD MAP OF 1676. 

In Playing Cards of various ages and countries 

SELECTED FROM THE COLLECTION OF LadY ChARLOTTE 

ScHREiBER. Vol. I. . . . London. John Murray, 
Albemarle Street, 1892. fol. 

A. H. SWISS' No. 5. HUNTING MAP. SCALE HALF AN INCH TO A 
MILE. ... A. H. SWISS, PUBLISHER, DEVONPORT. [1892.] 
26| X 171 in. 

A nicely printed map, showing the meets of the hounds 
in Gloucestershire, Monmouthshire, the southern part of 



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Herefordshire, and North Wiltshire. It is coloured in 
counties, with the parks picked out in green, and the roads 
in brown. Accompanied by a list of the hunts. 

Top right-hand corner, the title, scale, and imprint. 
Below the border, bottom right-hand corner: ''Gall & 
Inglis, Edinburgh." 

ORDNANCE SURVEY OF ENGLAND, SCALE OF ONE INCH TO A 
STATUTE MILE = 1:63,360. PHOTOZINCOGRAPHED AT THE 
ORDNANCE SURVEY OFFICE, SOUTHAMPTON, 1892. 

A photozincograph map, prepared from the one-inch 
survey of 1890-93, coloured in parishes, and with many 
additions. Similar in design, but not to be compared, in 
beauty of execution, with the copper-plate impression of 
1890-93. The map was discontinued before completion, the 
only Gloucestershire sheets published being 199, 215, 216, 
217 and 233. 



GLOUCESTER. SCALE OF MILES, 10 [ = li inehss]. PUBLISHED BY 
A. & C. BLACK, LONDON. 6|x9| in. 

In Black's Handy Atlas of England & Wales , . . 
Edited by John Bartholomew . . . London. x\dam 
& Charles Black, 1892. 8vo. 

A neatly printed map showing towns, villages, parks, 
hills, forests, roads, canals, rivers, and railways. 

Bottom right-hand corner, a hst of the Parliamentary 
divisions of 1885, and the scale. 

The border is formed by a double line with a plain inner 
double line. Between the border lines the latitude and 
longitude are indicated at every ten minutes. At the 
bottom: "Longitude West from Greenwich." Outside the 
border, at the top, the title. On the right-hand side : "Black's 
Handy Atlas of England & Wales," and " Plate 22." At 
the bottom, the imprint, and in left-hand corner :. " The 
Edinburgh Geographical Institute." Right-hand corner : 
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ORDNANCE SURVEY OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. SCALE TWO MILES 
TO ONE INCH. PHOTOZINCOGRAPHED AT THE ORDNANCE SURVEY 
OFFICE, SOUTHAMPTON, 1892. 14|xl2 in. 

Shows towns, villages, parishes, parks, forests, woods, 
marshes, roads, canals, rivers, and railways. 

Top right-hand corner, the title. Below, " Character- 
istics," and a note referring to boundaries. At the bottom, in 
ihe middle, the scale. Right-hand corner, enlarged sketches of 
the cities of Bath and Gloucester, and two panels of references. 

Across the bottom of the plate, below the map, a list 
of parishes and their areas. 

The border is formed by a thick line, with a line inner 
line. 

1893. 

AIREY'S RAILWAY MAP OF THE GLO'STERSHIRE & OXFORDSHIRE 
DISTRICTS BY JOHN AIREY, AND CERTIFIED BY THE COMPANIES. 
1893. SCALE, TWO MILES TO ONE INCH. J. & W. EMSLIE, 
ENGRAVERS. PUBLISHED BY J. AIREY, RAILWAY CLEARING 
HOUSE, LONDON. 13| x20 in. 

Shows the railways with a distinctive colour for each 
-company. Distances are given, from station to station, in 
miles and chains. 

1894. 

GLOUCESTERSHIRE. ENGLISH MILES, 10 [ = 2| inches]. LONDON: 
KELLY'S DIRECTORY OFFICE, 182, 183, 184, HIGH HOLBORN, W.C. 
13} X 16} in. 

In Kelly's Directory of Somersetshire and Glou- 
cestershire. London : Printed and Published by 
Xelly & Co. Ltd., 182, 183 & 184 High Holborn, W.C. 
. . . . 1894. 8vo. 

A somewhat overcrowded map. Shows towns, villages, 
parks, woods, forests, hills, roads, canals, rivers, and railways. 

Bottom right-hand corner, title, scale, signs for railways 
and roads, and note giving numbers of members returned 
to Parliament. 

The border is formed by two fine lines with an inter- 
mediate thick one, and a fine inner .line divided into degrees 
and minutes of latitude and longitude. Between the border 
lines are reference letters and numbers. Below the border, 
the imprint. 



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GLOUCESTERSHIRE. SCALE OF MILES, 10 [ = If inch]. F. S. WELLER, 

F. R.G.S. WILLIAM MACKENZIE, LONDON, EDINBURGH & GLASGOW. 
8|xllin. 

In The Comprehensive Gazetteer of England and 
Wales. Edited by J. H. F. Brabner . . . London : 
William Mackenzie, 69, Ludgate Hill, Edinburgh, and 
Dublin, [1894]. 8vo. 

A very clearly printed map, coloured in Parliamentary 
divisions, showing towns, principal villages, hills, roads 
canals, rivers, and railways. 

Top left-hand corner, title, scale, and signs for canals, 
railways, and roads. 

The border is formed by two fine lines with an inter- 
mediate thick one, and a double inner line marked off into 
degrees and minutes of latitude and longitude. Below the 
border, the imprint and engraver's name. 

1895. 

A FURTHER REPRINT OF THE " WEEKLY DISPATCH " MAP, 1860, 
AS RE-ISSUED BY BACON IN 1889. 

In Commercial and Library Atlas of the British 
Isles . . . Edited by G. W. Bacon, F.R.G.S. London : 

G. W. Bacon & Co. . . . 1895. 4to. 

Differently coloured, the parks being picked out in deep 
green. The Roman road is continued from the county 
boundary near Ashley to the boundary east of Marshfield. 
The note referring to railways is replaced by the 
Explanation " of signs. " Reference to colours " and 
population from the census returns of 1881 and 1891 are 
substituted for the colours for the Parliamentary divisions. 

A FURTHER REPRINT OF PHILIPS' SMALL MAP OF 1872 AS RE- 
ISSUED IN 1885. 

In Philips' Handy Atlas of the Counties of England 
.. . . London : George Philip & Son . . . 1895. 8vo. 

The boroughs of Bristol, Cheltenham, and Gloucester are 
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ANOTHER EDITION OF THE ONE INCH ORDNANCE SURVEY OF 
1890-93. 

The sheets showing Gloucestershire were revised in 
1893-97, and pubhshed in 1895-99. 

ANOTHER EDITION OF THE ABOVE. 

The same survey and dates of pubhcation, but with hills 
shaded in black. In the bottom right-hand corner of sheets 
217, 218, 233, and 235 is added : " Boundaries revised to 
December, 1888." 

GLOUCESTERSHIRE. J. BARTHOLOMEW, EDINR. SCALE, 4 MILES 
TO AN INCH. LONDON: JOHN MURRAY, ALBEMARLE STREET. 

181- X 13| in. 

In A Handbook for Travellers in Gloucestershire. 
Fourth edition . . . London : John Murray, Albe- 
marle Street, 1895. 8vo. 

A very clearly printed map with the county of Gloucester 
coloured pink, parks and woods green, and the roads brown. 
The map shows a considerable portion of the surrounding 
counties, and is filled in to the border, which is formed by a 
thick line between two fine ones. 

At the top, above the border, the title. At the bottom, 
the scale, and imprint ; and in the left-hand corner, " Copy- 
right." In the right-hand corner, " J. Bartholomew, Edinr." 

SAVORY'S 'ECLIPSE' SERIES OF COUNTY MAPS. GLOUCESTER- 
SHIRE AND PARTS OF ADJOINING COUNTIES. PREPARED FROM 
THE ORDNANCE SURVEYS. PUBLISHED BY E. W. SAVORY, STEAM 
PRESS, CIRENCESTER, LONDON: SIMPKIN, MARSHALL & CO. 
SCALE OF ENGLISH MILES, 29 [ = 8| inches. 18£5]. 21 x 25^ in. 

A clearly printed map coloured in counties ; the main 
roads are shown up prominently in brown. The map is filled 
in to the border by the details of the surrounding counties, 

Top left-hand corner, the title and imprint. The border 
is formed by two thin lines with an intermediate thick one 
and a fine inner line. Between the border lines, around the 
map, the names of the counties are given. Outside the 
border, along the top, the advertisement of " Jno. Jefferies 
& Son." At the bottom, the scale, and in the right-hand 



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corner, " Gall & Inglis, Edinburgh." Belo\v this, the 
advertisement (in six forms) of "George's" at Cheltenham. 
The back is also covered by advertisements. . 

1898. 

NEW MAP OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE AND SURROUNDING COUNTIES. 
BRITISH STATUTE MILES, 10 [ = ineiies]. G. W. BACON & CO., LTD., 
127, STRAND, LONDON. [1898.] (BACON'S COUNTY GUIDE MAP OF 
GLOUCESTERSHIRE FOR CYCLISTS & TOURISTS, ETC.) 18xl8| in. 

This is printed from the plates of the old Weekly 
Dispatch map of i860, and re-issued in Bacon's New 
Large Scale Atlas of the British Isles at various dates. It is 
now printed on one sheet, and there are distinct indications 
of the joining up. 

Bottom right-hand corner, the title and scale. On the 
left, the " Reference " and the note referring to raihvays. 

The title in parenthesis is taken from the cover. It is 
accompanied by a guide, and an alphabetical index of eleven 
pages. 

1897. 

OFFICIAL RAILWAY MAP OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE & OXFORDSHIRE 
DISTRICTS. PREPARED AND PUBLISHED AT THE RAILWAY 
CLEARING HOUSE, LONDON, 1897. 23x23 in. 

The railways are shown by distinctive colours for each 
company. Distances, in miles and chains, are given between 
the stations and junctions. 

Bottom left-hand corner, " Explanation " of colours. 
Bottom right-hand corner, the title, imprint and date. 

The border is formed by a thick line between two fine 
ones. Below the border, left-hand corner : "J. & W. 
Em.slie, engravers & lithos. London." In the middle : 
" Published by H. Smart, Secretary of the Railway Clearing 
House, 123, Seymour Street, Euston Square, London." 
Right-hand corner : " Entered at Stationers' Hall." 

KELLY'S MAP OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. SCALE OF MILES, 6 [ = 1-J 
ineli83]. DRAWN & ENGRAVED BY KELLY'S DIRECTORIES LTD., 
152 to 154 HIGH H0LB9RN, ¥/.C. LONDON: KELLY'S DIRECTORIES, 
121x15^111. 

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AND Gloucester . . . Printed and Published by 
Kelly's Directories . . . London, 1897. 8vo. 

A clearly printed map showing towns, villages, parks, 
roads, canals, rivers, and railways. 

Top left-hand corner, the title and scale, and below, a 
cross with a star at the northern point. Bottom right-hand 
corner : Plan of Gloucester." 

The border is formed by a double line. Below the border, 
the imprint. 

1899. 

DEACON'S MAP OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE AND SOMERSETSHIRE. 
ENGLISH MILES, 10 [ = ^ inch]. W. & A. K. JOHNSTON, EDINBURGH 
& LONDON. CHARLES WILLIAM DEACON & CO., LONDON. 15| x 
131 in. 

In The Gloucestershire Court Guide . . . London: 
Charles William Deacon & Co., 1899. 8vo. 

A clearly printed map with the boundaries of Gloucester- 
shire and Somersetshire engraved and coloured. The map is 
filled in to the border with the details of the surrounding 
counties. 

Shows towns, villages, parks, forests, roads, canals, 
rivers, and railways. 

Top left-hand corner, the title and scale. The border is 
formed by a double line. Below the border, the imprint and 
Johnston's name. 

1900. 

ENGLAND & WALES. DIAGRAM OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE, SHEWING 
UNIONS, SANITARY DISTRICTS, AMD CIVIL PARISHES ; AND THE 
SHEET-LINES OF THE ORDNANCE SURVEY MAPS ON THE SCALE 
OF 25-344 INCHES TO ONE MILE (1:2,500). SURVEYED IN 1873-83. 
SCALE OF THIS INDEX, TWO MILES TO ONE INCH. PHOTOZINCO- 
GRAPHED AT THE ORDNANCE SURVEY OFFICE, SOUTHAMPTON, 
1900. 27x19^ in. 

The title shows clearly the purpose of the map. Names 
and boundaries of rural districts are coloured blue ; urban 
districts, brown ; unions, red ; and county boroughs, 
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1900- 4. 

INDEX TO THE ORDNANCE SURVEY OF . . . GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 
. . . . ON THE SCALE OF 25-344INCHES TO 1 MILE (1:2,500). SCALE 
OF ONE INCH TO ONE STATUTE MILE. 

An impression of the i-incll Ordnance Survey, coloured 
in parishes, and divided into squares, showing the sheets of 
the 25-inch Survey of Gloucestershire. 

ANOTHER EDITION OF THE ABOVE. 

Coloured in parishes and divided into squares, showing- 
the sheets of the 6-inch Survey. 

1901. 

ANOTHER EDITION OF THE COMBINED INDEX OF THE ORDNANCE 
SURVEY OF 1887. 

In the bottom right-hand corner : " Note — Boundaries 
Revised to October, 1901." The date of 1887 remains in the 
imprint. 

ORDNANCE SURVEY OF ENGLAND AND WALES. GLOUCESTER- 
SHIRE, WARWICKSHIRE AND WORCESTERSHIRE, REVISED IN 
1893-98. . . . REDUCED FROM THE ONE INCH MAP. SCALE OF 
FOUR MILES TO ONE INCH. 1:253,44-0, PUBLISHED ... AT THE 
ORDNANCE SURVEY OFFICE, SOUTHAMPTON, 1901. 18x22i in. 

Shows the same detail as the i-inch map, but without 
contours. 

1901- 4. 

SECOND EDITION OF THE 25-INCH ORDNANCE SURVEY OF 1876-87. 

Revised on the ground in 1898-1902, and published in 
1901-4. 

1902. 

A REPRINT OF THE MAP ENGRAVED BY E. WELLER FOR THE 
" V/EEKLY DISPATCH," 1880, AS RE-ISSUED BY BACON IN 1898. 

To this edition is added signs indicating : Hills to be 
ridden with caution," and " Hills dangerous." Accom- 
panied by : "A Guide to the County of Gloucester." 

A FURTHER EDITION OF THE COMBINED INDEX OF THE ORDNANCE 
SURVEY OF 1837. 

The names and boundaries of Petty Sessional Divisions, 
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Boundaries Revised to June 1902." The original date is 
still in the imprint. 

A REPRINT OF KELLY'S MAP OF 1897. 

In Kelly's Directory of the Counties of Somerset 
AND Gloucester, 1902. 8vo. 

An unaltered impression of the 1897 issue, coloured in 
Parliamentary divisions. 

GLOUCESTERSHIRE. SCALE FOUR MILES TO ONE INCH. HELIO- 
ZINCOGRAPHED AT THE ORDNANCE SURVEY OFFICE, SOUTH- 
AMPTON, 1902. 17x231- in. 

In Census of England and Wales, 1901. County of 
Gloucester. Area, Houses, and Population. London. 
Printed for H. M. Stationery Office . . . 1902. fol. 

A coloured outline map, showing the boundaries of the 
administrative and registration county, registration districts 
and sub-districts, rural and urban districts, and municipal 
and county boroughs. 

1903. 

ANOTHER EDITION OF THE COMBINED INDEX OF THE ORDNANCE 
SURVEY, 1887. 

Following the date of survey, in the title, is : " Revised 
in 1898-1902." The imprint is now : Heliozincographed 
and Published ... at the Ordnance Survey Office, 
Southampton, 1903." 

ENGLAND AMD V/ALES SECTION IV. HEREFORD, MONMOUTH, 
GLOUCESTER, SOMERSET, AND PARTS OF WORCESTER AND WILT- 
SHIRE. . . . SCALE, 10 ENGLISH STATUTE MILES TO ONE INCH. ' 

In The New Volumes of the Encyclopaedia 

BrITANNICA . . . VOLUME 34 . . . MaPS. PUBLISHED 

BY Adam & Charles Black, Edinburgh & London. 
The Times,' Printing House Square, London, 1903. 4to. 

A very clearly printed map coloured in counties. 

Shows tov/ns, villages, hills, parks, canals, rivers, and 
railways. 

Bottom left-hand corner, references, and above, the title 
and scale. Between the title and scale : " Copyright, 1902, 
by the Encyclopedia Britrmnica Co." 



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1903-4. 

ORDNANCE SURVEY OF ENGLAND AND WALES. SCALE OF TWO 
MILES TO ONE INCH. 1:126,720. 19 x 13 in. 

Printed in colours, with hills and contours in brown ; 
water, blue ; main roads, sienna ; and woods, green. 
Reduced from the i-inch map of 1893-98. The sheets 
showing Gloucestershire are 61, 62, 69, 70, 77, 78. 

1903-5. 

SECOND EDITION OF THE SIX INCH ORDNANCE SURVEY OF 1883-92. 
REVISED IN 1898-1902, AND PUBLISHED 1903-5. 

1903-9. 

THIRD EDITION OF THE ONE INCH ORDNANCE SURVEY, IN OUTLINE, 
FIRST ISSUED IN 1890-93. 

Revised in 1902-07, and pubhshed in 1903-09. 
A COPY OF THE ABOVE WITH HILLS SHADED. 

1904. 

ANOTHER EDITION OF EMSLIE'S MAP OF 1848, AS RE-ISSUED BY 
J. REYNOLDS IN 1889. • 

In Stanford's Geological Atlas of Great Britain 
By Horace B. Woodward . . . London : 
Edward Stanford, 12, 13, & 14, Long Acre, W.C., 1904. 
8vo. 

The diagram below the title, in the top left-hand corner, 
is re-drawn on a small scale, showing the sheet numbers of the 
New Series of the i-inch Ordnance Survey, In the bottom 
left-hand corner is added a diagram with the numbers of 
the Old Series of the i-inch Ordnance. The signs for railways 
are erased, and so also are the bi-secting lines which cut the 
map into squares. A double border line is added outside 
the original border. The number " 14 " is transferred from 
the bottom right hand corner to the left-hand corner between 
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INDUSTRIAL MAP OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE, SHEWING THE DISTRI- 
BUTION OF THE PRINCIPAL INDUSTRIES OF THE COUNTY, MINERAL 
DEPOSITS, FOREST RESERVES, &c. SCALE, 5 MILES [ = 2fir inches.] 
CHANCE & BLAND, GLOUCESTER. 10^ x 13 in. 

In Industrial Gloucestershire, 1904. Compiled 
Printed and Published by Chance & Bland, Gloucester, 
England. foL 

A poorly printed outline map, showing the industries 
of the county. 

ORDNANCE SURVEY OF ENGLAND AND WALES. DIAGRAM OF 
GLOUCESTERSHIRE, SHEWING CIVIL PARISHES WITH A TABLE OF 
THEIR AREAS AND THE NUMBERS OF THEIR 1-INCH INDEXES. 
SURVEYED IN 1873-88. REVISED IN 1898-1902. SCALE OF THIS 
DIAGRAM FOUR MILES TO ONE INCH. HELIOZINCOGRAPHED 
AND PUBLISHED ... AT THE ORDNANCE SURVEY OFFICE, 
SOUTHAMPTON, 1904. 37 x 25 in. 

An outline map, showing towns, boundaries and names 
of parishes, villages, parish churches, and railways. Accom- 
panied by a list of parishes with the area of land, water, 
saltmarsh, foreshore and tidal water, 

1904-7. 

ANOTHER ISSUE OF THE THIRD EDITION OF THE ONE INCH 
ORDNANCE SURVEY OF 1903-9. 

Printed in colours : hills, in brown ; roads, sienna ; 
contours, red ; woods, green ; and water, blue. 

1906. 

A REPRINT OF KELLY'S MAP OF 1897, AS RE-ISSUED IN 1902. 

In Kelly's Directory of the Counties of Somerset 
AND Gloucester . . . 1906. 8vo. 

The new railway from Wootton Bassett, via Badminton, 
to a junction with the Bristol and Severn Tunnel line at 
Stoke Gifford, is added. 

GLOUCESTERSHIRE. ENGLISH MILES, 10 [ = 1 inch]. BARTHOLO- 
MEW, EDINR. 5 X 5| in. 

In The Harmsworth Encyclopedia . . . vol. 4 
London : The Amalgamated Press, Ltd., 



Maps of Gloucestershire. 



195 



Carmelite House, E.C., and Thomas Nelson and Sons, 
35, Paternoster Row, E.G. [1906]. 8vo. 

A somewhat overcrowded map, filled in to the border. 
The county boundary is stippled outside the engraved 
line. The map is printed in the middle of page 
2817, having three columns of an historical account of 
Gloucestershire above and below, and continued at the back, 
on page 2818. 

Shows towns, villages, main roads, canals, rivers, and 
railways. 

Bottom right-hand corner, the title and scale. The 
border is formed by a single line. Below the border, bottom 
right-hand corner : " Bartholomew Edinr." 

1906-8. 

ORDNANCE SURVEY OF ENGLAND AND WALES. LARGE SHEET 
SERIES. SCALE OF TWO MILES TO ONE INCH. 27| x 184 in- 
Printed in colours, the same as the 1903-4 issue, but on 
larger sheets. The sheets showing Gloucestershire are 23, 
27, 28, and 32. 

A RE-ISSUE OF THE ABOVE. 

Same map as the above, but the different altitudes of the 
ground are indicated by colours of varying shades. This is 
known as the " Layer " Map. 

1907. 

ANOTHER EDITION OF EMSLIE*S MAP OF 1848, AS RE-ISSUED BY 
E. STANFORD IN 1904. 

In Stanford's Geological Atlas of Great Britain 
. . . By H. B. Woodward . . . London : Edward 
Stanford . . . 1907. 8vo. 

A REPRINT OF STANFORD'S MAP ISSUED IN "GEOGRAPHICAL 
READERS " 1881. 

In The Ambleside Geography Books. By Charlotte 
M. Mason. Book 3 . . . Kegan Paul, Trench, TRiisNER 
& Co., Ltd. . . . 1907. 8vo. 



196 Transactions for the Year 1912. 



ECCLESIASTICAL MAP OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE SHOWING RURAL 
DEANERIES AND RELIGIOUS HOUSES ACCORDING TO VALOR 
ECCLESIASTICUS OF 1535. SCALE OF MILES, 10 [ = lf inches]. 
9 X Hi in. 

In The Victoria History of the County of 
Gloucester, Edited by William Page . . . Vol. 2. 
London : Archibald Constable and Company Limited, 
1907. fol. 

An outline map, showing rural deaneries, religious 
houses, friaries, hospitals, etc., indicated by numbers. 

PHYSICAL MAP OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE. SCALE, 10 MILES [ = 2^ 
inches]. DEL. G. W. S. BRENEY. 11^ x 11^ in. 

In The Story of Gloucestershire. By John Sawyer 
. . . Norman, Sawyer & Co. Cheltenham, 1907. 8vo. 

An outline map, showing the physical features of the 
county. 

Bottom right-hand corner, the title, scale, and draughts- 
man's name. The border is formed by a single line, into 
which the detail breaks at the bottom. 

1907-10. 

A REPRINT OF THE COLOURED ISSUE OF THE THIRD EDITION OF 
THE ONE INCH ORDNANCE SURVEY, 1904-7. 

The " Large Sheet Series " of the coloured edition of the 
i-inch Ordnance Survey. The size of each sheet is 
27J X 18J in. The Gloucestershire sheets are numbered 
93, 94, 104, 105 and 112. 

1908. 

ANOTHER EDITION OF PHILIPS* SMALL MAP OF 1872, AS RE-ISSUED 
IN 1895. 

In Philips' Handy Administrative Atlas of England 
AND Wales . . . Edited by George Philip, F.R.G.S. 
George Philip & Son, Ltd., London, [1908]. 8vo. 

Coloured in rural districts. Top left-hand corner : 
" Reference to Rural Districts " is added. Bottom right- 
hand corner, the title and scale are placed higher up, and a 



Maps of Gloucestershire. 



197 



list of references added below. Below the border, " George 
Philip & Son Ltd.," and " The London Geographical Insti- 
tute " is added, and the imprint erased. The plate number 
is now " 18." 

1909. 

A REPRINT OF THE MAP PREPARED BY J. G. BARTHOLOMEW FOR 
THE HARMSWORTH ENCYCLOPAEDIA, 1906. 

In The Harmsworth Encyclopedia . . . Vol. 5. 
. . . London . . . [1909]. fol. 

An unaltered impression of the 1906 issue. The map 
occupies the middle of page 247, with the same text above 
and below as the former edition. The text on the back 
page 248 is the same. 

PHYSICAL MAP OF GLOUCESTER. ENGLISH MILES, S [ = 1^ inches]. 
6 X 8 in. 

In Cambridge County Geographies by Henry A. 
Evans . . . Cambridge : at the University Press, 
1909. 8vo. 

Coloured to show the physical features of the county. 

Bottom right-hand corner, the title, scale, signs for 
railways, roads and canals, and index of colours. Below 
the border, left-hand corner: "The Cambridge University 
Press"; right-hand corner: "Copyright, George Philip & 
Son Ltd." 

GEOLOGICAL MAP OF GLOUCESTER. ENGLISH MILES, 8 [ = 1^ inches]. 
6 X 8in. 

In Cambridge County Geographies. Gloucester- 
shire BY Herbert A. Evans . . . Cambridge : At the 
University Press, 1909. 8vo. 

Coloured to show the geological formation of the county. 

Top left-hand corner, the title, scale, and signs for rail- 
ways, roads, and canals. Bottom right-hand corner, a list 
of colours and names of the geological strata, etc. In other 
respects it is precisely the same as the physical map given 
above. 



198 



Transactions for the Year 1912. 



1910. 

A REPRINT OF KELLY'S MAP OF 1897, AS RE-ISSUED IN 1906. 

In Kelly's Directory of the Counties of Somerset 
and Gloucester . . . 1910. 8vo. 

ENGLAND AND WALES. DIAGRAM OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE 
SHOWING UNIONS, RURAL AND URBAN DISTRICTS, MUNICIPAL 
AND COUNTY BOROUGHS, AND CIVIL PARISHES. SURVEYED IN 
1873 TO 1884. REVISED IN 1898-1902. SCALE OF TWO MILES TO 
ONE INCH, 1:126,720. PRINTED AT THE ORDNANCE SURVEY 
OFFICE, SOUTHAMPTON, 1910. 2^ x 27^ in. 

Very similar to the diagram issued in 1900, but without 
the sheet Unes of the 25-inch survey. 

The names and boundaries of Unions are given in red ; 
rural districts, blue ; urban districts, brown ; and county 
Boroughs, purple. 

In the middle, at the top, the title. Bottom right-hand 
corner, " Reference " to colours. Below the border, left- 
hand corner : " All rights of reproduction reserved." In the 
middle, the scale, a note referring to altitudes, and " Price 
3 /- net." Right-hand corner, the imprint. 

1911. 

OFFICIAL RAILWAY MAP OF THE GLOUCESTERSHIRE & OXFORD- 
SHIRE DISTRICTS. PREPARED AND PUBLISHED AT THE RAILWAY 
CLEARING HOUSE, LONDON, 1911. STATUTE MILES, 12 [ ==5^ inches]. 
35| X 18| in. 

Very similar to the official railway map of 1897, showing 
the lines of each company in a distinctive colour. It does 
not show the extreme southern part of the county, but stops 
short at Yate and Chipping Sodbury. 

Bottom left-hand corner, the title, scale, imprint, and 
draughtsman's name. Below the border, left-hand corner : 
" Entered at Stationers' Hall. All rights of reproduction 
reserved." In the middle, the imprint repeated. Right- 
hand corner : " Printed by McCorquodale & Co., Limited, 
London." 



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Brtatol anb (Blouceetersbire 



1913—1914. 



IpresiDent, 

The Right Rev. The Bishop of Gloucester. 

iprestDent of CounctU 

Rev. Canon Bazeley, M.A., Matson Rectory, Gloucester. 

1bon, ^Treasurer, 

J. A. Smithin, Esq., Lloyds Bank, Gloucester. 

1bon» :iED(tor. 

Rev. C. S. Taylor, M.A., F.S.A., Banwell Vicarage, Somerset. 

1bon. Xibrarian* 

Rev. Canon Bazeley, M.A., Eastgate, Gloucester. 

1bon» Secretari^ for :©ri6toI, 

Lewis J. U. Way, Esq., F.S.A., 15 Caledonia Place, Clifton, 

Bristol. 



1bon. (General Secretary. 

Arnold E. Hurry, Esq., Hempsted Court, Gloucester. 



SUBSCRIBING MEMBERS, 1913. 



Names of Life Members are given in heavier type. 

An asterisk is affixed to the names of Members of Council for 1913-1914. 

The Treasurer will feel obliged if Members will inform him of any 
change in their address. 

Abbot, Miss Constance, 3 Beaufort Buildings, Clifton Down, Bristol. 

Abbot, H. Napier, M.A., 2 Beaufort Road, Clifton. 

Ackers, B. St. John, Huntley Manor, Gloucester. 

Adams, Mrs. Henry, Stinchcombe Manor, Dursley. 

Adams, Miss K., Stinchcombe Manor, Dursley. 

Adams, J. W., 5 Oakland Road, Redland, Bristol. 

Adams, W. Avery, The Guildhall, Bristol. 

Aitken, Saml., Spa, Gloucester. 

Alexander, A. J., 103 Pembroke Road, Clifton, Bristol. 

Alexander, Miss Muriel, 103 Pembroke fioad, Clifton, Bristol. 

Allen, Clement F R., Southfield, Woodchester, Stroud, Glos. 

Amory, F. H., 29 Beaufort Road, Clifton, Bristol. 

Armstrong, Miss F., The Lodge. Iffley, Oxford. 

Arnold, Algernon H., The White Cottage, Wotton-under-Edge, Glos. 

Arnold, T. Hubert, The Firs, Wickwar, Glos. 

Ashbee, C. R., Woolstapler's Hall, Chipping Campden, Glos. 

Asher & Co., Berlin, c/o Messrs. Asher & Co., 14 Bedford Street, Covent 

Garden, London, W.C. 
Atberton, Rev. W. Bernard, B.A., R.N., Coberley Rectory, 

Cheltenham. 

Auden, Mrs., Caer Glou, Churchdown, Cheltenham. 
*Austin, Roland, 5 Midland Road, Gloucester. 
Awdry, Mrs. John, Kingshill, Dursley. 

Baddeley, Miss Florence A., Cathedral House, Gloucester. 
*Baddeley, W. St. Clair, Castle Hale, Painswick, Stroud. 

Badock, Stanley H., Holmwood, Westbury-on-Trym, Bristol. 

Baker, A., The Old Bank, Tewkesbury. 

Baker, Granville E. Lloyd-, Hardwicke Court, Gloucester. 

Baker, Michael G. Lloyd-, The Cottage, Hardwicke, Gloucester. 

Baker, Hiatt C, Oaklands, Almondsbury, R.S.O., Glos. 
*Baker, James, F.R.G.S., F.R. Hist. S., Sewelle Villa, Goldney Road, 
CHfton, Bristol. 

Baker, John S., i Blenheim Road, Dufdham Down, Bristol. 

Bakewell, John Scales, Heathend House, Cromhall, Charfield, Glos. 

Ball, A. J. Morton, The Green, Stroud. 

Barclay, Rev. Chas. W., M.A., The Vicarage, Hertford Heath, Herts. 
*Barnard, E. A. B., F.S.A., The Lodge, Evesham. 

Barnard. Leonard, The Bittams, Leckhampton, Cheltenham. 

Barnett, J. W., Highmead, Tuffley, Gloucester. 

Barnsley, A. E., Pinbury Park, Cirencester. 
*Bartleet, Rev. Canon, M.A., F.S.A., Brunswick Square, Gloucester. 

Bartlett, Charles, Rostock House, Woodhill, Portishead. 

Bartlett, Rev. C. O., M.A., Minsterworth Vicarage, Gloucester. 

Bath Public Library, c/o F. E. Shum, 3 Union Street, Bath. 

Bathurst, The Right Hon. Earl, Cirencester House, Cirencester. 

Bathurst, Charles, M.A., M.P., Lydney Park, Lydney. 

Batten, Lieut. -Col. H. C. G., Leigh Lodge, Abbot's Leigh, Clifton. 

Baxter, Wynne E., J. P., D.L., Granville Cottage, Stroud. 
*Bazeley, Rev. Canon, M .A ., Md^ison Rectory, Gloucester (Hon. Member), 
(Hon. Librarian), (President of Council). 

Bazley, Sir Thomas S., Bart., Kilmorie, Ilshara Drive, Torquay, 
S. Devon. 



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Beach, Rev. W. H., M.A., Somerset Court, Brent Knoll, Highbridge, 
Somerset. 

Beach, W. F. Hicks, Witcombe Park, Glos. 

Beaver, R. Atwood, M.D., Cotswold House, Wotton-under-Edge. 
Best, Mrs., 13 Eaton Crescent, Clifton, Bristol. 

Bibliotheque Nationale, Paris, c/o Messrs. Simpkin, Marshall, Hamilton, 
Kent & Co., 2 Orange Street, Hay market, S.W. 

Biddulph, Right Hon. Lord, Ledbury. 

Bilsborrow, Rev. H L., Priest's House, Campden, Glos. 

Bingham Public Library (F. W. Woods, Secretary), Cirencester. 

Birchall, J. Dearman, Bowden Hall, Gloucester. 

Blair, William, 3 Henleaze Gardens, VVestbury-on-Trym, Bristol. 
*Blakeway, G. S., Staniforth, Tuffley, Gloucester. 

Blathwayt, Geo, W. Wynter, Melksham House, Melksham, Wilts. 
*Blathwayt, Rev. Wynter Edward, M.A., Dyrham Rectory, 
Chippenham. 

Blathwayt, Lieut. -Col. Linley, Eagle House, Batheaston, Bath. 
Blood, G. E., 15 Clyde Road, Redland, Bristol. 
Blood, John N., Huntley Court, near Gloucester. 
Bodleian Library (F. Madan, Librarian), Oxford. 

Botterill, Austin B., A.R.I.B.A., Gaunt House, Orchard Street, Bristol. 
*Boucher, Chas. Ernest, B. Sc. Lond., 14 Tyndall's Park Road. 
Clifton, Bristol. 

Bouth, Rev. R. H. M., Battledown Court, Cheltenham. 
*Bowly, Christopher, Siddington House, Cirencester. 

Boyer Brown, Miss J. E., Apperley House, Cirencester. 

Bradley, Herbert E., Bitton Grange, near Bristol. 

Bravender, T. B., 10 Avington Grove, Penge, S.E 

Bretherton, F. H., Belgrave House, Gloucester. 

Brett, Miss Agnes, Trevone, Denmark Road, Gloucester. 

Brewster, Rev. Canon A. J., The Rectory, Upton St. Leonard's, Gloucester. 
*Bristol, The Right Rev. The Lord Bishop of (George Forrest Browne, 
D.D., D.C.L., F.S.A.), The Palace, Bristol. 

Bristol Municipal Public Libraries, Central Library, Bristol. 

Bristol Museum and Art Gallery, Bristol. 

British Museum, c/o Messrs. Dulau & Co., 37 Soho Square, London, W. 
Brocklehurst, H. Dent, Sudeley Castle, Winchcombe, R.S.O., Glos. 
Bromehead, Rev. J. N., Beverston Rectory, Tetbury, Glos. 
Brown, J. A. Arrowsmith, i8a Upper Belgrave Road, Clifton, Bristol. 
Bruton, B. V., Hempsted, Gloucester. 
Bruton, H. T., Newlyn, Gloucester. 
*Bruton, H. W., Bewick House, Wotton, Gloucester. 
Bruton, James (Mayor of Gloucester), Wotton Hill Cottage, Gloucester. 
Bubb, Henry, Ullenwood, near Cheltenham. 
Budgett, F. G., Bonniedoon, Beach Road, Weston-super-Mare. 
Bullen, F. St. John, M.R.C.S., 3 Richmond Park Road, Clifton, Bristol. 
Bush, Fitzroy, 5 Christchurch Road, Chfton, Bristol. 
Bush, H. G., The Grove, Alveslon, Glos. 
Bush, R. C, I Winifred's Dale, Cavendish Road, Bath. 
Bush, Robert Edwin, Bishop's Knoll, Stoke Bishop, Bristol. 
Bush, T. S., 20 Camden Crescent, Bath. 
Butt, Rev. Walter, M.A., Oakwood, near Chepstow. 

*Cade, Chas. J., EUerslie, Pittville, Cheltenham. 
Cantrell, Hugh E. Whitaker, Barston House, South Cerney, Cirencester, 
Glos. 

Cardew, C. E., M.Inst.C.E., Wadebridge, Cornwall. 
Cardew, G. A., 5 Fauconberg Villas, Cheltenham. 
Carpenter, R. H., 43 Canynge Road, Clifton. 
Carter, T. M., M.D., Westbury-on-Trym, near Bristol. 
Cave, Sir Charles D., Bart., M.A., D.L., Stoneleigh House, Chfton 
Park, Bristol. 



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Cave, Charles H., B.A., D.L., Rodway Hill House, Mangotsfield, Glos. 
Cave, Miss E. Frances, Stoneleigh House, Clifton. 
Cay, Arthur, Lyndhurst, Leigh Woods, Clifton, Bristol. 
Cheltenham College (A. A. Hunter, Bursar), Cheltenham. 
Cheltenham Public Library (Librarian, W. Jones), Cheltenham. 
Chilton, George Horace David, Malpas Edge, Westbury-on-Trym, Bristol. 
Church, Sir A. H., K.C.V.O., M.A., D.Sc, F.R.S., F.S.A., 

Shelsley, Kew Gardens, Surrey. 
Clarke, W. Sefton, B.A., Camb., 28 Broad Street, Bristol. 
Clay, Miss Rotha, St. Michael's Rectory, Tyndall's Park, Clifton, Bristol. 
Clifford, A. W., Chestal, Dursley, Glos. 

Clifton, The Right Kev. the Bishop of (Dr. George Crompton 

Burton), St. Ambrose, Leigh Woods, Clifton. 
Clifton College Library, Clifton, Bristol. 

Codrington, Rev. Prebendary R. H., D.D., St. Richard's Walk, Chichester. 
Cole, Rev. R. T., M.A., 18 Great George Street, Park Street, Bristol. 
Cole, R. M., Northgate Street, Gloucester. 
Cole, Sanford D., 68 Queen Square, Bristol. 
Collett, Jno. Hy., Sunnycroft, Tuffley Avenue, Gloucester. 
Collett, John M., Kimsbury House, Gloucester. 
*Conder, Edward, F.S.A., Conigree Court, Newent, Glos. 
Constable, F. C, Wick Court, near Bristol. 
Coode, C. L., Meldon House, Stroud. 
Coode, Mrs., Meldon House, Stroud. 
Cooke, P. B., Lismore, Wotton, Gloucester. 
Cotterell, A. N., 207 Redland Road, Durdham Down, Bristol. 
Cotterell, H. F.. 207 Redland Road, Durdham Down, Bristol. 
Cotteswold Naturalists' Field Club (L. Richardson, F.G.S., Hon. Sec, 10 

Oxford Parade, Cheltenham). 
Cowlin, C. C, White Lodge, Portishead, Somerset. 

Craven, Campbell, J., 11 Lansdown Place, Victoria Square, Clifton, Bristol. 

Crawley-Boevey, Sir F., Bart., Flaxley Abbey, Newnham, Glos. 

Crawley-Boevey, Rev. R., M.A., Kirkby Vicarage, Liverpool. 

Crewdson, Theodore, Styal, Handforth, Cheshire. 

Cripps, Mrs. Frederick, Cirencester. 

Cripps, Henry Kater, Redcliffe, Clifton Down, Bristol. 

Cripps, Mrs. Wilfred, Cripps Mead, Cirencester. 

Crooke, Wm., Langton House, Charlton Kings, Cheltenham. 

Croome, Rev. Wm. M., M.A., Preston Vicarage, Cirencester. 

Cullimore, J., Christleton, Chester. 
*Cullis, F. J., F.G.S., 18 Alexandra Road, Gloucester. 

Cunard, Cyril, Notgrove House, Cheltenham. 

Cunningham, Mrs. Jno., The Spa, Clifton. 
*Currie, G. M., 26 Lansdown Place, Cheltenham. 
*Curtoys, Rev. W. F. D., Cromhall Rectory, Charfield, R.S.O., Glos. 

*Dancey, Charles Henry, 6 Midland Road, Gloucester. 
Daniels, J. Harold, Lightpill, Stroud, Glos. 
Daubeny, Col. E. K., Eastington, Cirencester. 
Davey, T. Ruding-, Wraxall Court, near Bristol. 
Davies, Rev. R. P., The Elms, Olveston, Tockington, Glos. 
Davis, Cecil Tudor, Public Library, Wandsworth, London, S.W. 
de Freville, Rev. F., Oakridge Vicarage, Stroud, Glos. 
de la Hey, Rev. E. W. M. O., North Cerney Rectory, Cirencester, 
de Sausmarez, F. B., M.A., 5 Queen's Parade, Cheltenham. 
Dening, C. F. W., The Hut, Portishead, Somerset. 
Derham, Henry, Sneyd Park, Bristol. 

Derham, Walter, M.A., F.G.S., Junior Carlton Club, Pall Mall, 
S.W. 

Desprez, Ernest H., 31B St. John's Road, Clifton, Bristol. 
Dobell, Clarence Mason, The Grove, Charlton Kings, Cheltenham. 
Dobson, Miss Kate H., Alva, Battledown, Cheltenham. 



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Dominican Priory, Rev. Prior of, Woodchester, Stonehouse, Glos. 

Dowdeswell, Rev. E. R., M.A., Pull Court, Tewkesbury. 

Dowding, W. L., 59 Claremont Road, Bishopston, Bristol. 

Ducie, The Right Hon. the Earl of, P.C., F.R.S., Tortworth 

Park, Falfield, R.S.O. 
Dugdale, R. W., Nethercliffe, Hucclecote, Gloucester. 
*Duke, Lt.-Col, ]. C, Gwynfa, Moorend Park Road, Cheltenham. 
Dyer-Edward.es, Thomas, Prinknash Park, Painswick, Stroud. 

Eager, Reginald, M.B., Northwoods, Winterbourne, Bristol. 
East, H. d'E., Bourton House, Moreton-in-Marsh, Glos. 
Eberle, J. Fuller, Ebor Villa, 110 Pembroke Road, Clifton, Bristol. 
Edwards, Herbert G., 16 The Avenue, Clifton. 
Ellaby, Christopher G., M.A., Banister Court, Southampton. 
Ellacombe, Rev. Canon H. N., M.A., The Vicarage, Bitton, Bristol. 
Ellis, T. S., 10 Alexandra Road, Gloucester. 
*Emeris, Rev. William C, M.A., The Vicarage, Burford, Oxon. 
Evans, Arnold, 4 Litfield Place, Clifton Down, Bristol. 
Evans, Charles E., Nailsea Court, Nailsea, Somerset. 
Evans, Frank Gwynne, Over Butterrow, Rodborough Common, Stroud, 
Glos. 

Evans, Henley, 3 Albert Road, Clifton, Bristol. 
Evans, Mrs. Henley, 3 Albert Road, Clifton, Bristol. 
Evans, Horace L., 4 Litfield Place, Clifton Down, Bristol. 

Fisher, Horace, Durie Grange, Cheltenham. 
Ford, Roger, 8, Cambridge Park, Redland, Bristol. 
Fortey, Charles, 9 Belgrave Road, Tyndall's Park, Bristol. 
Foster, R. G., Lennox House, Gloucester. 
*Fowler, O. H., Ashcroft House, Cirencester. 

*Fox, Francis Frederick, F.S.A., Yate House, Yate, R.S.O., Glos. 

Fripp, W. D., Summerlands, Pembroke Road, Clifton. 

Frost, Walter, The Red House, Almondsbury, Glos. 

Fry, Claude Basil, Stoke Lodge, Stoke Bishop, Bristol. 

Fry, Francis j.. Cricket St. Thomas, Chard, Somerset. 

Fry, Lewis, The Right Hon., Goldney House, Clifton, Bristol. 
*Fryer, Alfred C, Ph.D. and M.A. Leipsic, F.S.A., 13 Eaton 
Crescent, Clifton, Bristol. 

Fryer, Miss Gertrude A., 13 Eaton Crescent, Clifton, Bristol. 

Fust, H. Jenner, Hill Court, Falfield, R.S.O., Glos. 

Gainsborough, The Right Hon. the Earl of, Exton Park, Oakham, 
Rutland. 

Gardiner, J., The Elms, Rudgeway, Glos. 
Garnett, Mrs., The Crippets, Leckhampton, S.O., Glos. 
Geidt, B. G., Bayshill House, Cheltenham. 
George, Ch. W., 51 Hampton Road, Bristol. 
George, W. E., Downside, Stoke Bishop, Bristol. 
Gibbs, H. Martin, Barrow Court, Flax Bourton, R.S.O., Somerset 
♦Gloucester, Right Rev. The Lord Bishop of, The Palace, Gloucester 
{President). 

Gloucester, the Worshipful the Mayor and Corporation of, c/o Librarian, 

Public Free Library, Gloucester. 
* Godfrey, F. W., The Cross, Tewkesbury. 
Goodall, Rev. R. W., Kempley Vicarage, Gloucester. 
Goodden, Jno. Hy., 23 Warrington Crescent, London, W. 
Gottingen, Royal University Library, c/o Asher & Co., 14 Bedford 

Street, Covent Garden, W.C. 
Gough, W. v.. 98 Hampton Road, Redland, Bristol. 
Graham, Walter J., Ebley Court, near Stroud. 
Grenside, Rev. F. R., M.A., Quedgeley Rectory, Gloucester. 
Gribble, H. E., 66 St. Paul's Road. Clifton. Bristol. 



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Griffiths, G. C, 3 Leigh Road. CUfton, Bristol. 
Griffiths, L. M., M.R.C.S., ii Pembroke Road, Clifton. 
*Grimke-Drayton, T. D., 3 Beaufort Buildings, Spa, Gloucester. 
Grosvenor. Wilshaw W., B.A., M.D., Granville House, The Spa, 
Gloucester. 

Grundy, C. L., East Court, near Cheltenham. 

Gurney, W. Gerald, LL.B., 12 WeUington Square, Cheltenham. 

Gwynn, J. Crowther, 2 Johnson's Buildings, Temple, E.C. 

Haigh, Mrs. A. G., South Cerney, Cirencester, 
Hallett, J. G. P. Palmer, M.A., Claverton Lodge, Bath. 
Hallett, Mrs., Claverton Lodge, Bath. 
Hammersley, G. H., i Apsley Road, Clifton, Bristol. 
Hannam-Clark, Frederick, 12 Queen Street, Gloucester. 
Harding, Col., C.M.G., F.R.G.S., White's Club, London, S.W, 
Harding, E. B , 13 Great George Street, Park Street, Bristol. 
Harding, Rev. Canon John Taylor, M.A., Pentwyn, Monmouth. 
Hardy, R. G., C.S.I., Holland House, Lansdown Road, Cheltenham. 
Harford, Miss A. M. E., Blaize Castle, Henbury, Glos. 
Harland, Miss, Rosenho, Moorend Road, Cheltenham. 
Harley, Edw. Mortimer, 35 Canynge Square, Clifton, Bristol. 
Hartland, Ernest, M.A., F.S.A., Hardwicke Court, Chepstow (Hon. Member). 
*Hartland, E. Sidney, F.S.A., Highgarth, Gloucester. 
Harvard College, U.S.A., c/o E. G. Allen & Son Ltd., 14 Grape Street, 

Shaftesbury Avenue, London, W.C. 
Harvey, Alfred, M.B., Darlingscott, Shipston-on-Stour, Worcestershire. 
Hawkins, J. G., Staunton Court, Gloucester. 
Hayes, C. A., Salisbury House, Stoke Bishop, Bristol. 
Hayward, Col. Curtis, Quedgeley House, Gloucester. 
Herapath, Howard M., 2 St. John's Road, Clifton. 

Herbert, Arthur Grenville, 28 Elvaston Place, Queen's Gate, 
London, W. 

Herbert, W. Hawkins, Paradise House, Painswick, Glos. 
Hewitt, J. H., Manor House, Maugersbury, Stow-on-the-Wold, Glos. 
Hickman, Hubert, 72 Ferme Park Road, Hornsey, N. 
Hicks, Miss G. E., Hempsted, Gloucester. 

Hicks-Austin, E. C. W., The Old House, Ashleworth, Gloucester. 

Hicks-Austin, Mrs., The Old House, Ashleworth, Gloucester. 

Higgins, Henry, Willsbridge House, near Bristol. 

Hignett, Geoffrey, Hodshill Hall, South Stoke, Bath. 

Hignett, Mrs. Geoffrey, Hodshill Hall, South Stoke, Bath. 
■ Hiley, G., 65 Clifton Park Road, Clifton. 

Hill, Miss F. G. G., Coombe House, Westbury-on-Trym. 

Hirst, Francis J., M.A., Bampton, R.S.O., Oxon. 

Hirst, H. C. M., A.R.I.B.A., 22 Duchess Road, Clifton. 

Hobbs, J. N., Concord, Moorend Grove, Cheltenham. 

Hobbs, R. Cuthbert, Chew Court, Chew Magna, near Bristol. 

Hockaday, Miss E. W., Highbury, Lydney, Glos. 
"^Hockaday, F. S., F.R. Hist. Soc, Highbury, Lydney, Glos. 

Hodson, Rev. Thos., Oddington Rectory, Stow-on-the-Wold. 

Holford, Lieut. -Col., Sir G. L., K.C.V.O., c/o D. Lindsay, Esq., 
Estate Office, Tetbury, Glos. 

Hope-Edwardes, Mrs., Wharton Lodge, near Ross, Herefordshire. 

Hopkinson, H . L. , Duntisbourne House, Duntisbourne Abbots, Cirencester. 

Horder, P. Morley, 148 New Bond Street, London, W. 

Hore, Mrs. A. H., 22 Lansdown Terrace, Cheltenham. 

Horton, Mrs. M. T., Upton Court, near Tenbury, Worcestershire. 

Household, H. W.. M.A., 4 Park Place, Cheltenham. 

Howard, Sir Edward Stafford, K.C.B., Thornbury Castle, Thornbury, 
R.S.O., Glos. 

Howell, Jas. H., 118 Pembroke Road, CUfton, Bristol. 

Howell, Rev. W. C, M.A., 32 Regent's Park Road, London, N.W. 



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*Hudd, Alfred E., F.S.A., io8 Pembroke Road, Clifton. Bristol. 

Hiiggins, C. G., Croziehurst, Woodstock Road, Redland, Bristol. 

Hughes, Ellard A., Richmond Hill, Clifton. 
*Hurry, A. E., Hempsted Court, Gloucester. {Hon. Gen. Sec.) 

Hutchinson, Miss G., Old Court, Newent, Glos. 

Hutton, Venerable Archdeacon W. H., B.D., The Vineyard, 

Peterborough. 

*Hyett, F. A., B.A., Painswick House, Painswick, Stroud. 

Ingram, Mrs. A., Lisle House, Cheltenham. 
Isacke, Miss, Stratford Abbey College, near Stroud. 
Ivens, H. P., i8 Alexandra Road, Clifton, Bristol. 

Jenkins, Edgar J., Ennerdale, Whitchurch, near Bristol. 

Jeune, Col. E. B., Whaddon Manor, Gloucester. 

Jeune, Mrs. E. B., Whaddon Manor, Gloucester. 

Johnson, Miss H. T., Ellesmere Lodge, The Park, Cheltenham. 

Johnstone- Vaughan, W. J., The Old Rectory, Wotton, Gloucester. 

Jones, Averay N., 50 Pembroke Road, Clifton, Bristol. 

Jones, David, St. Helier, Weston Road, Gloucester. 

Jones, Rev. R. C. S., The Vicarage, Northleach, R.S.O., Glos. 

Jones, Walter, Morgan Hall, Fairford, Glos. 

Judge, Frederick, 159 Cheltenham Road, Bristol. 

Keeler, H. E., Curd well Chambers, Marsh Street, Bristol. 
Keeling, Russell, Hucclecote, Gloucester. 

Kempthorne, Rev. P. H., Wyck Risington, Stow-on-the-Wold, Glos. 
Ker, Miss Flora C, Fallowfield, St. Stephen's Road, Cheltenham. 
Kerr, Russell J., B.A., J. P., The Haie, Newnham-on-Severn. 
Keyser, Chas. E., M.A., F.S.A. , Aldermaston Court, near Reading. 
King, J. E., M.A., CHfton College, Clifton. 
King, Miss, Avonside, Clifton Down, Bristol. 
Knowles, Henry, Egerton House, The Spa, Gloucester. 

Ladies' College, The, Cheltenham. 

Landale, Dy. -Surgeon-General, Dunholme, The Park, Cheltenham. 
Langley, Rev. E., The Vicarage, Alveston, Glos. 
Lefroy, Rev. Canon, Haresfield Vicarage, Stonehouse, Glos. 
Leighton, W., 7 Elgin Park, Redland, Bristol. 
Leonard, Geo. Hare, Jr., i Prince's Buildings, Clifton, Bristol. 
Levy-Langtield, A., 14 Whiteladies Road, Clifton, Bristol. 
Lewis, Archibald M., 3, Upper Byron Place, Clifton, Bristol. 
Lewis, Rev. George, Rudford Rectory, Gloucester, 
Lincoln's Inn Library, London, W.C. 
Little, E. P., Whitemoor, Amberley, near Stroud. 
Little, F. A., Atcombe Court, Woodchester, Glos. 
Liverpool, Rt. Hon. the Earl of, Kirkham Abbey, Yorkshire. 
Liverpool Free Library, Liverpool. 
Llewellin, John, C.E., Hazeland, Devizes, Wilts. 
Llewellin, W. M., C.E., 8 Gotham Lawn Road, Gotham, Bristol. 
Lloyd, Rev. W. W., Bromesberrow Rectory, Ledbury. 
London Library, 12 St. James' Square, London, S.W. 
Long, Col. William, C.M.G., Newton House, Clevedon, Somerset. 
Lowe. C. J. (Lord Mayor of Bristol), Castle House, Flax Bourton, near 
Bristol. 

Loxton, S. J., 3 Hampton Park, Redland, Bristol. 
Lyddon, F. S., 5 Beaufort Road, Clifton. 
Lysaght, W. R., Castleford, Chepstow, Mon. 
■'Lysons, Rev. D. G., M.A., Belle Vue House, Spa, Gloucester. 

MacCormick, Rev. F., F.S.A. (Scot.), M.R.A.S., Wrockwardine Wood, 

Wellington, Salop. 
McArthur, Rev. C, M.A., Strathdurn, Cheltenham. 



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Malleson, Miss, Dixton Manor, Winchcombe, R.S.O., Glos. 

Manchester Library (Charles W. Sutton, Sec), Manchester. 

Mardon, Heber, 2 Litfield Place, Clifton Down, Bristol. 

Margetson, Jack, Brightside, Stroud, Glos. 

Margetson, William, Brightside, Stroud. 

Marling, Col. P. S., V.C., C.B., Sedbury Park, Chepstow. 

Marling, Stanley, Stanley Park, Stroud. 

Marmont, B. P., Windsor Edge House, Inchorook, near Woodchester, 
Glos. 

Marsland, Ellis, Court House, Painswick, Stroud. 

Martin, C. T., B.A., F.S.A , North Croft, Wooburn Common, Bucks. 

Martin, Dr. J. M., The Chestnuts, Stroud, Glos. 

Martin, Sir H. B., Bart., Overbury Court, Tewkesbury, Glos. 

Master, Mrs. Chester, Knole Park, Almondsbury, R.S.O., Glos. 

Matthews, J. A., Lewishurst, The Spa, Gloucester. 
*McMurtrie, Jas,, F.G.S., 5 Belvedere Road, Durdham Park, Bristol. 
*Mcdland, Henry, Prinknash Corner, Painswick, Stroud (Hon. Member]. 

Meredith, W. Lewis, 

Metcalfe, T. T. S., Claydon House, Lechlade. 

Middlemore-Whithard, Rev. T. M., M.A., Hawkesley, Exmouth, Devon. 

Miles, P. Napier, Kingsweston, near Bristol. 

Mills, Rev. C. C, D.D., The Rectory, Dursley. 

Mills, H. Hamilton, Sudgrove House, near Cirencester. 

Mitchell, A. C, Highgrove, Tetbury, Glos. 

Mitchinson, The Right Rev. Bishop, D.D., Pembroke College, Oxford. 
Moffatt, H. C, Goodrich Court, Ross. 
Moffatt, Mrs., Goodrich Court, Ross. 
*Moline, William, 19 The Avenue, Clifton, Bristol. 
Morgan, Miss, 

Morgan, E. T., 23 Freyne Road, Greville Smyth Park, Bristol. 
Mullings, John, Cirencester. 

Murray-Browne, Rev. C. C, M.A., Hucclecote Vicarage, Gloucester. 

New York Library, c/o B. F. Stevens & Brown, 4 Trafalgar Square, 
London, W.C. 

Newberry Library, Chicago, c/o B. F. Stevens & Brown, 4 Trafalgar 

Square, London, W.C, 
Newman, Miss Alice, i Pittville Lawn, Cheltenham. 
Noel, Col. W. F. N., Stardens, Newent, Glos. 
Norgrove, Walter, 22 Alma Road, Clifton, Bristol. 
Norris, Herbert E., The Market Place, Cirencester. 
Norton, T. E., M.A., 16 Kensington Palace Gardens, London, W. 
Nutt-Hamblin, R. J. C, 22 Clare Street, Bristol. 

Oatley, G. H., F.R.I.B.A., Church House, Clifton. 
*Oman, Professor, C. W. C, M.A., M.B.A., F.S.A. , All Souls' College, 
Oxford. 

Orton, Chas., Bradley Court, Wotton-under-Edge, Glos. 
Osborn, J. Lee, F.R. Hist. S., Bevis, Gt. Somerford, near Chippenham, 
Wilts. 

Osborne, Jere, Hawthornden, Clifton Down, Clifton, Bristol. 

Overbury, Thos., i York Villas, Cheltenham. 

Owen, Sir Isambard, D.C.L., Hereford House, Clifton. 

Paddison, R. O., Bownham, Stroud, Glos. 

Page, Arthur W., 2 Bristol Chambers, St. Nicholas Street, Bristol. 

Paine, A. E. W., The Poplars, Welford-on-Avon. 

Palethorpe, Mrs , 69 Woodland Road, Tyndall's Park, Chfton. 

Palmer, Albert J,, Fairford Park, Fairford, Glos. 

Parker, Georg-e, M.A., M.D , 14 Pembroke Road, Chfton, Bristol. 

Parry, Miss Edith, Franciscan Convent, Woodchester. 

Parsons, H. F., M.R.C.S., The Heath, Sneyd Park, Clifton, Bristol. 



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Paul, J. E., c/o Paul & Kitcat, Tetbury, Glos 
Paul, Roland W., F.S.A., 9 Princes Buildings, Clifton. 
Pavey, Miss Alice, 29 Victoria Square, Clifton, Bristol. 
Pavey, Reginal Wm. Juxon, 29 Victoria Square, Clifton. 
Pearson, George, Bannerleigh, Tyndall's Park, Clifton. 
*Penley, R- H., B.A., Ferney Cottage, Dursley, Glos. 
Pennsylvania Historical Society, Philadelphia, U.S.A., c/o Messrs. B. F. 

Stevens & Brown, 4 Trafalgar Square, Charing Cross, London, W.C. 
Penny, Rev. L. P., The Mission College, Gloucester. 

Perceval, Cecil H. Spencer, Longwitton Hall, Morpeth, Northumberland. 
* Perkins, Vincent R., Wotton-under-Edge, Glos. 

Perrv, Miss M. P., 13 Trelawney Road, Cotham, Bristol. 

Phelps Harold J., The Elms, Tibberton, near Gloucester. 

Phillips, J. Gastrell, Barnwood, Gloucester. 

Phillipps, Miss L O., Picton House, Broadway, Worcs. 

Pippet, Rev. W. A., The Rectory, Clifford Chambers, Stratford-on-Avon. 

Pitcairn, Rev. D. Lee, M.A., Bushey House, Monkton Combe, Bath. 

Playne, Arthur T., Longfords, Minchinhampton, Glos. 

Pollock, Erskine, K.C., Avening Court, Avenmg, near Stroud, Glos. 

Pouting, C. E., F.S.A., Lockeridge, Marlborough, Wilts. 

Pooley, Henry, St. Just, Chew Magna, Somerset. 

Porter, Mrs., Kaikoura, Malvern Wells. 

Potter, R. E., Ridgewood, Almondsbury, Bristol. 

Powell, Cecil, The Hermitage, Weston-super-Mare. 

Price, L. Ralph, Claverham House, near Yatton, Somerset. 

Prichard, Edgar A., 28 Berkeley Square, Clifton. 

Pridham, Harvey, 24 Clyde Road, Knowle, Bristol. 

Prince, Edgar S., Yew Tree House, Kemble, near Cirencester. 
*Pritchard, John E., F.S.A., 22 St. John's Road, Clifton, Bristol. 

Public Record Office, Fetter Lane, London, E.C. 

Purnell-Edwards, Mrs., Stancombe Park, Dursley. 

Ratcliff, Miss Lilian, Southam de la Bere, Prestbury, Glos. 
Ratcliff, Miss Phyllis, Southam de la Bere, Prestbury, Glos. 
Rawlins, Frank L., Rhyl, N. Wales. 

Redesdale, Right Hon. Lord, K.C.B., G.C.V.O., i Kensington Court, 
London, W. 

Reid, Walter, The Woodlands, Woodland Road, Bristol. 
Richardson, Frank, Penard, Percival Road, Clifton. 
Rixon, W. A., Turkdean Manor, Northleach, Glos. 

Robbins, Rev. Jolin, 24 Sheffield Terrace, Campden Hill, London, W, 
Robertson, J. L., 13 Royal Crescent, Cheltenham. 
Robinson, W. G., Parklands, Stonehouse, Glos. 
Rog-ers, Arthur S., The Towans, Burnham, Somerset. 
Rogers, J., Keynsham, near Bristol. 

Rogers, T. Percival, Henleaze Park, Westbury-on-Trym, Bristol. 
Roper, Miss I. M., F.L.S., 4 Woodfield Road, Redland, Bristol. 
Routh, Col. W. R., 55, Brunswick Place, Hove, Sussex. 

Samson, A. B., Merlin Haven House, Wotton-under-Edge. 

Sawyer, John, Glevum Lodge, Battledown, Cheltenham. 

Science and Art Department, South Kensington Museum, London, S.W. 

Scobell, Ven. Archdeacon E. C, M.A., The College Green, Gloucester. 

Scott, Charles, 5 Spa Villas, Gloucester. 

Scott, Herbert H., Old House, Wotton, Gloucester. 

Sessions, Herbert, Quedgeley Court, Gloucester. 

Sewell, Edward C, The Beeches, Cirencester. 

Seys, Mrs. Godfrey, Wirewood's Green, Chepstow. 

Sharp, T. F., 11 Beaconsfield Road, Clifton. 

Shaw, J. E., M.B., 23 Caledonia Place, Clifton, Bristol. 

Sherborne, Rt. Hon. Lord, 9 St. James' Square, London, S.W. 

Shute, Mrs., 12 St. George's Court, Gloucester Road, London, S.W. 



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Sibbald, J. G. E., Mount Pleasant, Norton St. Philip, Bath. 
*Simpson, J. J., Osborne House, Gotham Park, Bristol. 

Sinclair, The Hon. Rev. G, A., M.A., Hempsted Rectory, Gloucester. 
*Sinclair, The Ven. Archdeacon, M.A., The Greenway, near Gheltenham. 

Slater, Alfred, Garron Dene, Gloucester. 
*Smith, Alfred Edward, The Hollies, Nailsworth. 

Smith, Richard Henry, Woodchester House, Stroud, Glos. 

Smith, R. Shing-leton, M.D., Deepholm, Clifton Park, Clifton, Bristol. 

Smith, T. Sherwood, F.S.S., 4 Gloucester Road, Clifton, Bristol. 

Smith, W. A., M.B., 70 Pembroke Road, Chfton. 

Smithin, J. A., Lloyd's Bank, Gloucester (Hon. Treasurer). 

Society of Merchant Venturers, The Worshipful the Master of the, Bristol. 

Soutar, J. G., M.B., Barnwood House, Gloucester. 

Soyres, B. de, 38 Caledonia Place, Clifton. 

Spofforth, Fairfax, 21 Belgrave Road, Tyndall's Park, Clifton, Bristol. 

St. Aldwyn, Rt. Hon. Viscount, Coin St. Aldwyn's, Fairford, Glos. 

Stanton, A. W., 69 Oxford Terrace, London, W. 

Stanton, Charles Holbrow, M.A., Field Place, Stroud. 

Stephens, Albert J., Clovelly, Denmark Road, Gloucester. 

Stevens, Mrs., Springhill, Nailsworth, Glos. 

Stroud Free Library, Stroud, Glos. 

Sturge, Francis, Foster's Chambers, 17 Small Street, Bristol. 
Sturge, Theodore, Fern Hollow, Rockleaze, Bristol. 
Sullivan, Rev. Ponsonby M., Rangeworthy Vicarage, Glos. 
Swann, E. J., D.L., The Gables, Leigh Woods, Bristol. 
Swift, W. T., Churchdown, Cheltenham. 

Symonds, Rev. W., M.A., 10 Angel Hill, Bury St. Edmunds. 
Tait, C. W. A., M.A., 

Tagart, Lt.-Col. H. A. L., D.S.O., Old Sneyd Park, near Bristol. 
Talbot, Rev. Canon, D.D., 5 Berkeley Square, Bristol 
■"Taylor, Rev. C. S., M.A., F.S. A., Banwell Vicarage, Somerset, R.S.O. 
(Hon. Editor). 

Taylor, Edmund J., Town Clerk, Council House, Bristol. 
Taylor, James, M.R.C.S., 36 Alma Road, Clifton, Bristol. 
Taylor, L. Goodenough, M.A., ig Sion Hill, Clifton. 
Teesdale, Miss Florence, Whitminster House, Stonehouse, Glos. 
Thatcher, Wm. G., The Limes, Hanham, Bristol. 

Thomas, J. Henry 7 Manor Mansions, Belsize Park Gardens, 

Hampstead, N.W. ' 
Thomas, R. jSeaumont, The Grove, Wimbledon Park, Surrey. 
Thomas, W. K., 4 Hillside, Gotham Hill, Bristol. 
Thompson, J. Cyril, Major, 41 St. John's Road, Clifton, Bristol. 
Thompson, Mrs., Endcliffe, Henbury, near Bristol. 

Thorpe, Thomas, Osborne House, Frocester, nr. Stonehouse, Gloucester- 
shire. 

Tibbitts, John, 2 Castelnau, Kingsholm, Gloucester. 

Tidswell, R. I., Haresfield Court, Stonehouse, Glos. 

Timmis, Lt.-Col. G. D., Matson House, Gloucester. 

Tinson, C. J., The Cleevelands, Marie Hill, Cheltenham. 

Tombs, R. C, I.S.O., 37 Henleaze Gardens, Westbury-on-Trym, nr. Bristol. 

Townshend, C. W., The Coppice, Charlton Kings, Cheltenham. 

Trafford. G. R., B.A., Hill Court, Ross. 

Trapnell, Alfred, Great Chalfield, WoUstonecraft Road, Bournemouth. 
Trees, Mrs., Wager Court, Charlton Kings, Cheltenham. 
Trotman, J. W., " Bromsgrove," Brentwood, Essex. 
Tryon, Stephen, Hallen, near Bristol. 

Tubbs, Stanley W., Ellerncroft, Wotton-under-Edge, Glos. 

Tudway, Clement, Cecily Hill, Cirencester. 

Twining, Llewellin, The Gastons, Redland Green, Bristol. 

Vale, Hy., i5 Darlington Street, Wolverhampton. 
Vassar-Smith, R. Vassar, Charlton Park, Cheltenham. 



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Vaughan-Hughes, Gerald M., Wyelands, Chepstow. 

Veasey, Rev. A. H., The Manor House, Coin St. Denys, Chedworth, Glos. 

Vickers, Kenneth. H., Armstrong College, Newcastle-on-Tyne. 

Wade, Frederick Taylor, 3 Oakland Road, Redland, Bristol. 

Wait, H. W. K., 2 Worcester Villas, Clifton. 

V/aller, F. W., 18 College Green, Gloucester. 

Walls, Mrs. John, Elmwood, Aberdeen Road, Cotham, Bristol. 

Walters, Rev. C, M.A., The Horsepools, The Edge, Stroud. 

Walton, T. C. H., 18 West Park, Clifton. 

Ward, Mrs. F. W., Old Manor, Elberton, Tockington. 

Ward, Francis Welsford, t Clifton Place, Clifton. 

Ward, H. W., Frenchay, near Bristol. 

Wardell-Yerburgh, Rev. Canon O. P., The Abbey, Tewkesbury. 
Warner, Wiclif, Ardagh, Horfield Common, Bristol. 

Warren, T. Herbert, D.C.L., President's Lodge, Magdalen College, Oxford. 
Waterman, A. N., M.A. Oxon., 10 Cambridge Park, Durdham Down, 
Bristol. 

Watson, Edw. Jas., F.R. Hist.S., F.R.S.L., 12 St. John's Street, Bristol. 
*Way, Lewis J. U., F.S.A., 15 Caledonia Place, Clifton, Bristol. 

Webb, Herbert B., Rose Villa, Talbot Road, BrisHngton. 

Webb, W. E., Capital and Counties Bank, Bristol. 

Welch, Miss, Arle House, Cheltenham. 

Welchman, Rev. W., 24 Berkeley Square, Clifton, Bristol. 
*Wells, Charles, F.J. I., 134 Cromwell Road, Bristol. 

Wells, C. Courtenay, 7 Brunswick Road, Gloucester. 

VVenden, James Gordon, The Chantry, Dursley. 
*VVere, Francis, Walnut Tree House, Druid Stoke, Bristol. 

Whalley, E. B., Whitehill, Rotherham. 

Wheeler, J. H. D., 10 The Quadrant, Redland, Bristol. 

Whitcombe, George, The Wotton Elms, Gloucester. 

White, Sir George, Bart., Cotham House, Bristol. 

Wilkins, Rev. H. J., D.D., Westbury-on-Trym Vicarage, Redland Green, 
Bristol. 

Wilkinson, Rev. L., M.A., Westbury House, Westbury-on-Severn, 

Newnham, Glos. 
Williams, Oliver John, Wellington Court, Cheltenham. 
Williams, P. Watson. M.D., 2 Rodney Place, Clifton. 
Williams, Seymour, All Saints House, Exchange, Bristol. 
Williams, Thos. Webb, B.A., Greystones, South Road, Weston-super-Mare. 
Wills, G. A., Burwalls, Leigh Woods, near Bristol. 
Wilson, Robert, M.B., Millbrook, Nailsworth. 

Wing, J. Clifford, Falklands, 37 Whiteladies Road, Clifton, Bristol. 
Wintle, Charles, 30 Baldwin Street, Bristol. 

Winwood, Rev. H. H., M.A., F.G.S., 11 Cavendish Crescent, Bath. 

Wisconsin Histl. Socy., c/o H. Sotheran & Co., 140 Strand, W.C. 

Wise, William Henry, The Council House, Bristol. 

Witchell, E. Northam, Highcroft, Rodborough, Stroud. 

Wollaston, G. H,, M.A., Flax Bourton, near Bristol. 

Wollaston, Mrs., Flax Bourton, near Bristol. 

Wood, Jos. Foster, 9 Westbury Park, Durdham Down, Bristol. 

Woodcock, H. C, 45 St. Nicholas Street, Bristol. 

Woodward, Miss E. K., M.A., 

Woodward, Col. J. Henry, Upton Lea, Bitton, near Bristol. 

WooUright, Major, Junr. U.S. Club, Charles Street, London, S.W. 

Wrangham, Rev. F., Long Newnton Rectory, Tetbury. 

Wright, Major, Hidcote Vale, Chipping Campden, Glos. 

Wright, Jno. Alfred, C.E., 60 Churchways Avenue, Horfield, Bristol. 

Yabbicom, Col. T. H., C.E., Isleworth, Oakfield Road, Clifton, Bristol. 
Young, C. E. Baring, Daylesford House, Chipping Norton, Oxon. 



Literary Societies exchang-ing Transactions with this Society : 



The Society of Antiquaries of London, Burlington House, Piccadilly, 
London, W. 

The Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, National Museum of Antiquities, 
Queen Street, Edinburgh. 

The Royal Society of Antiquaries (Ireland), Dublin. 

The Royal Archaeological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland, 19 
Bloomsbury Square, London, W.C. 

The British Archaeological Association, 15 Paternoster Row, London, E.G. 

The British School at Rome, Palazzo Odesculchi, Rome. 

The Birmingham and Midland Institute, Archaeological Section, Birming- 
ham. 

The Gambrian Archaeological Society, Hon. Sec, Rev, Ganon Morris, 4 
Warwick Square, London, W.G. 

The Royal Institute of Gornwall, Museum, Truro, Gornwall. 

The Gotteswold Naturalists' Field Glub, Hon. Sec, L. Richardson, 
F.G.S., 10 Oxford Parade, Gheltenham. 

The Derbyshire Archaeological and Natural History Society, Hon. Sec, 
Percy N. Gurrey, 3 Market Place, Derby. 

The Essex Archaeological Society, Hon. Sec, The Gastle, Golchester. 

The Kent Archasological Society, Museum, Maidstone, Kent. 

The Society of Antiquaries of Newcastle-on-Tyne, The Librarian, The 
Black Gate, Newcastle-on-Tyne. 

The Powys Land Glub, Museum and Library, Welshpool. 

The WilHam Salt Archseological Society, 2 Bank Passage, Stafford, Hon. 
Sec, J. G. Wedgwood, M.P. 

The Somerset Archaeological and Natural History Society, The Gastle, 
Taunton. 

The Shropshire Archaeological and Nat. Hist. Society, Hon. Sec, H. W. 
Adnett, The Square, Shrewsbury, 

The Suffolk Institute of Archaeology and Natural History, H. R. 
Barker (Librarian), Moyses Hall Museum, Bury St. Edmunds. 

The Surrey Archaeological Society, Gastle Arch, Guildford. 

The Sussex Archaeological Society, Lewes Gastle, Lewes, Sussex. 

The Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Society, The Museum, 
Devizes, Wilts. 

The Worcestershire Architectural Society, c/o Mr. Houghton, Bookseller, 
S. Swithun Street, Worcester. 

The Yorkshire Archaeological and Topographical Association, W. T. 
Lancaster, F.S.A., Hon. Librarian, 10 Park Street, Leeds. 

The Bureau of Ethnology, Smithsonian Institute, Washington, U.S.A., 
c/o Messrs. Wm. Wesley & Go., 28 Essex Street, London, W.G, 



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election by the Council, on the following conditions : 

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gratuitously for life, the annual volumes of Transactions of the 
Society that may be issued after the date of payment. 

IL As Annual Members upon payment of los. 6d. Entrance Fee, and 
an annual subscription of los. 6d., which will entitle them to 
receive gratuitously, the annual volume of Transactions for 
every year for which their subscriptions are paid. 

The Annual Subscription becomes due on the ist of January, and 
the Hon. Treasurer, Mr. J. A. Smithin, will be obliged if 
members will send their subscriptions to him at Lloyds 
Bank, Gloucester. 

By order of the Council, the Transactions of the Society are only issued 
to those members who have paid their subscriptions for the 
corresponding year, and only the names of those elected 
members who have paid their entrance fee and first annual 
subscription are entered in this list. 

Application for admission as members to be made to one of the 
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ARNOLD E. HURRY, 

Hempsted Court, 

Gloucester, 
Hon. General Secretary, 



CONGRESS 



OF 

IN Union with the 



JUNE 26th, 1913. 



The Twenty-fourth Congress was held in the rooms of the Society of 
Antiquaries, at Burlington House, on Thursday, June 26th. Sir Hercules 
Eead, President of the Society of Antiquaries, took the Chair.* 

The Congress was attended by delegates from the Society of Antiquaries, 
the Eoyal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland, the Royal Archaeological 
Institute (2), the British Archaeological Association, the Huguenot (2), 
the British Record, the Folk-Lore (2), and Selborne (2) Societies ; the 
Societies for Bristol and Gloucestershire (2), Buckingham, Cambridge, 
Carmarthenshire, Cumberland and Westmoreland, Derbyshire, Dorset (2), 
Hampshire, Kent (2), Lancashire and Cheshire (Antiquarian and Historic), 
Leicestershire (2), Shropshire, Somersetshire (2), Suffolk, Surrey (2), 
Sussex, Yorkshire, East Ridings (2), by Members of the Council, and the 
various Committees and others who omitted to sign the Register. 

The Minutes of the previous Congress, which had been circulated among 
all Societies in Union, were confirmed. 

The Annual Report of Council and the Statement of Accounts, which 
had been submitted to the Delegates, were adopted. 

Council. — The Council had recommended that the number of the 
Council be fixed at 18, exclusive of members ex officio, and that in future 
only the six senior members of the Council retire yearly, and that they be 
eligible for re-election. 



* Congress is indebted to Mr. Ralph Nevill, F.S.A., for his compilation of these 
minutes. 



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Mr. Ralph Nevill, F.S.A., in response to several enquiries as to the 
existing mode of election of the Council, explained that a small Council 
had been appointed at the first Congress with power to add to its number. 
Delegates who had taken an active part in the work of the Congress had 
been so elected, and, in some cases, important Societies, especially those at 
a distance from London, had been asked to nominate members of Council. 
The Council was not appointed by the Society of Antiquaries, but was 
entirely independent. Several members were not Fellows of the Society of 
Antiquaries when they were appointed, but had been elected since ; there 
was no necessity whatever that a member of Council should be an F.S.A. 
He had pleasure in proposing that the recommendation of the Council be 
carried into effect as no doubt it put matters on a more regular footing. 

Major Freer, F.S.A. (Leicester), seconded. A letter was read from Mr. 
Emanuel Green, F.S.A., regretting inability to attend and deprecating any 
alteration of the existing system. The motion was, however, carried 
unanimously. 

On the motion of the Chairman, the existing Council was re-elected with 
the addition of the Rev. G. M. Livett, F.S.A. (Kent), to complete the 
number as follows : — 



The Officers of the Society of Anti- 
quaries of London. 

Col. Attree, R.E., F.S.A. 

W. Paley Baildon, F.S.A. 

The Rt. Hon. the Earl of Crawford 
and Balcarres, V.P.S.A. 

William Dale, F.S.A. 

Rev. P. H. Ditchfield, M.A., F.S.A. 

Major Freer, D.L., V.D., F.S.A. 

Sir Laurence Gomme, F.S.A. 

Emanuel Green, F.S.A. 

W. H. St. John Hope, M.A., Lit. 
Doc, D.C.L. 



P. M. Johnston, F.S.A., F.R.I., 
B.A. 

Henry Laver, F.S.A. 
Rev. G. M. Livett, F.S.A. 
William Martin, M.A., LL.D., 
F.S.A. 

Rev. Canon Rupert Morris, D.D., 

F.S.A. 
Ralph Nevill, F.S.A. 
Philip Norman, LL.D., V.P.S.A. 
Horace Round, M.A., LL.D. 
J. B. Willis-Bund, M.A., LL.B., 

F.S.A. 



Hon. Auditor. — Mr. Wm. Minet, F.S.A., having been appointed Treasurer 
of the Society of Antiquaries, considered it desirable for another to be ap- 
pointed in his place. Mr. G. C. Druce, F.S.A. (R. Archaeo. Inst.), was 
accordingly elected to the office, and Mr. Minet, who had served as Auditor 
from the commencement of the holding of the Congresses, was cordially 
thanked for his services in the past. 

Hon. Secretary.— Di\ William Martin, F.S.A., was re-elected Hon. 
Secretary, and the thanks of the meeting tendered to him. 

Annual Index of Archaeological Papers. — The Hon. Secretary drew 
attention to the paragraph in the Report relating to the cost of the Annual 
Index of Archaeological Papers for 1908, which showed that there had been 
a loss on the last issue of about £7. He asked for the approval of the 
Congress of the action of the Council in undertaking the printing of the 



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Index of the Papers of 1909 and their decision as to the Papers of 1910. 
Arrangements had been made that he thought would ensure accuracy and 
punctuality in the future. 



Considerable discussion took place as to the best means of ensuring con- 
tinuance of the Index, Avhich it was generally agreed was most important. 

On a proposal by the Rev. F. W. Weaver, F.S.A. (Somerset), that 
delegates should meet the deficit by a subscription of 2/6 each, a sum of 
£1 5s. Od. was eventually handed to the. Treasurer. Mr. H. St. George 
Gray (Somerset), and other members, expressed the hope that a greater 
reserve of copies would be printed in future, otherwise Societies would be 
disinclined to renew subscriptions. 

Various suggestions were made by Dr. Cox, F.S.A. (East Riding), Dr. 
Gaster (Folk-lore), Rev. Canon Morris (Royal Soc. of Antiquaries of Ireland), 
the Rev. G. M. Livett, Mr. H. H. Poole (Selborne Soc), and others. 
Eventually a proposal made by Major Freer, and seconded by Col. Parker, 
F.S.A. (Yorks), that each Society should be asked to take at least 25 copies, 
was carried. It was understood that this would not apply to such Societies 
as the Huguenot and Folk-lore Societies. 

Subject- flatter Index of Archaeological Papers, 1665-1890. — Major Freer 
drew attention to the announcement that a typewritten copy of a section of 
the Subject-Matter Index of Sir Lawrence Gomme's Index of Archaeological 
Papers, 1665-1890, had been prepared as a specimen by Dr. William Martin, 
and had been laid in the Library for the inspection of those interested. He 
thought that the special thanks of the Congress should be given to Dr. 
Martin for the specimen of this most important undertaking upon which he 
was engaged. Dr. Martin, in acknowledging a vote to this effect, said that 
he invited criticism and suggestions on the Index, so that it might be as 
perfect as possible before steps were taken to print it. 

The Index Committee was authorized to elect another member in the 
place of the late Mr. W. P. Phillimore. 

Report of the Earthworks Committee. — Mr. Albany F. Major, the Hon. 
Secretary of the Committee, then read the Report. It deplored the damage 
done in preparing the ground for the Royal Agricultural Society's Show at 
Bristol to the Roman road, as well as to vestiges of ancient lead workings. 
The latter damage was not so serious, as many other similar workings were 
left, but the injury to the Roman roads might easily have been avoided. 

No reply had been made to the representations of the Committee that 
had been sent to the Royal Society. 

Much good had been effected by the appointment of the Historical 
Monuments Commission, which had aroused public interest. 



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Thanks were also due to the War Office for prompt attention to the 
representation made by the Committee as to the care of Ancient Earth- 
works during the Army manoeuvres in the Cambridge District. General 
Sir George Murray, who was in charge, had been especially helpful. 



The Committee was glad to announce that the Duchy of Cornwall had 
purchased the magnificent Earthwork known as Maiden Castle, near 
Dorchester, and had carried out works of preservation under the care of 
the Inspector of Ancient Monuments. The Duchy also owned the adjacent 
works of Marlborough Rings and Poundsbury. 

Further details will be found in the Report which was adopted and, after 
discussion concerning the annual loss upon the publication of the Report, 
wks ordered to be printed with the Bibliography of the year. 

On the motion of Mr. Ntgel Bond (Dorset) it was resolved : 

" That the Congress wishes to take the earliest opportunity of 
expressing its satisfaction at the acquisition of Maiden Castle by 
the Duchy of Cornwall and the consequent prospect of the 
careful preservation of this important Ancient Monument." 

On the motion of Col, Parker, F.S.A., seconded by Mr. H. St. George 
Gray, it was resolved : 

" That a letter of protest be addressed to the Royal Agriculturax 
Society in regard to the unnecessary destruction of a portion of 
the Roman road crossing Duidham Down, in Bristol, while 
preparing the Show Ground for the Society's Meeting at Bristol 
in 1913." 



The resolution was supported by Mr. A. E. Hudd, F.S.A. (Bristol and 
Gloucester), who gave details of the damage which had been done. 

Mr. H. St. George Gray mentioned, as among other notable works in 
progress in the West of England, the excavation of Cadbury Castle, some- 
times identified with Camelot. Already the original entrance had been 
found, which was built of stone and cobble paving, but nothing earlier than 
the Iron Age had turned up, which was rather surprising. 

Ancient Monuments Protection Bill. — Major Freer, at the request of the 
Council, gave an account of the Ancient Monuments Consolidation and 
Amendment Bill, 1913, introduced this year by the Government in the 
House of Lords. 

He first took occasion to express the regret felt by all Archaeologists at 
the death of Lord Avebury, the pioneer in legislation of this character. 



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The new Bill followed the old with a few alterations, some of which 
embodied the suggestions made by the Congress, and he expressed the 
thanks due to Dr. Martin for the careful manner in which he had given 
evidence before the Parliamentary Committee last year. 

County Borough Councils, as well as County Councils, may by this Act 
become owners of Monuments. Satisfactory arrangements are made for 
peremptory notice to stop damage and to arrange for guardianship ; a 
clause seems to be required, however, to enable charges for admission to be 
made. 

The Act is not to apply to Ireland, nor to include Buildings in use for 
ecclesiastical purposes. 

Major Freer also announced that the Chancellor of the Diocese of Peter- 
borough had, with the Bishop's consent, agreed that copies of all applica- 
tions for Faculties in the Archdeaconry of Leicester, should be submitted to 
an Advisory Board of three ; one appointed by the Archdeacon of Leicester, 
one by the local Archaeological Society, and one by the local Society of 
Architects. 

This announcement, embodying as it does a proposa by a former 
Congress, was received with much satisfaction. 

Thanks were expressed to Major Freer for his exposition, and general 
regret was expressed that Government was not including in the Bill such 
protection to Ecclesiastical Buildings as the Congress had asked for. It 
was felt, however, that it would be unwise to press the matter. 

Preservation of ecclesiastical buildings. — The Rev. G. M. Livett proposed, 
and Mr. Aymer Vallance, F.S.A. (Kent), seconded : 

I. In view of the exclusion of " ecclesiastical buildings for the time 
being in use for ecclesiastical purposes " from the operation of the 
Ancient Monuments Consolidation and Amendment Bill (1913) 
as amended in Committee (H.L.) ; and in view of the consensus 
of opinion, revealed in the Minutes of Evidence and the Report 
(dated November 7th, 1912) of the Joint Select Committee of the 
Houses of Parliament, that many old churches, cathedral and 
parochial, have suffered damage from injudicious restoration 
and repairs in the past, and that "there are still cases where 
due regard is not had to architectural and historic considerations 
in dealing with these fabrics ' ' : 

The Congress of Archaeological Societies (in Union with the 
Society of Antiquaries of London, assembled June 26th, 1913, 
ventures to recommend, in respect of cathedral churches, that in 
every case of intended alterations or extensive repairs, in the 
future the Chapter should consider the advisability of inviting 
the Inspector of Ancient Monuments (of H.M. Office of Works, 
S.W.) or someone nominated by the Society of Antiquaries of 



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London to make a Report thereupon before their architect is 
instructed to proceed with the works ; and, in respect of parish 
churches, the Congress, without expressing an opinion upon the 
scheme set out in paragraph 10 of the aforesaid Eeport of the 
Joint Committee, ventures to emphasise the hope expressed 
therein that " the Bench of Bishops may take this matter under 
early consideration with a view to taking collective action," in 
order to ensure as far as possible, that no alteration or addition 
be carried out without a faculty, and that applications for a 
faculty be always accompanied by full particulars and a sufficient 
guarantee of the preservation of features of historic, architectural 
and archaeological interest, and also to ensure that due regard 
be had for the preservation of such features in cases of ordinary 
repairs, for which no faculty is by custom required. 

II. That these Resolutions be communicated forthwith to the clerk of 
every cathedral chapter and to all diocesan bishops and their 
chancellors. 

This was supported by Dr. Cox, F.S.A., as the best thing that could be 
done in the circumstances. Dr. Gaster hoped that Nonconformist buildings 
of archaeological interest would be looked after. In this he was supported 
by Mr. Johnston, who instanced cases in which ancient ecclesiastical build- 
ings had been acquired by the Roman Catholic Church. 

The President supported the resolution, which was carried unanimously. 

Proposed Sale of Church Plate.— Mi\ Philip P. Johnston, F.S.A. (Surrey), 
brought before the Congress a proposed sale of two silver flagons of the date 
of 1649, belonging to East Horsley Church in Surrey. These were part of 
set of plate of about the same date comprising also patten and chalice. 

The church was in an excellent state of preservation, having been well 
restored ; the neighbourhood also was not a poor one, there being numbers 
of rich residents. There appeared, therefore, to be none of the reasons 
that might be brought forward in other cases for such an action. The 
resolution for sale had been carried by a majority of three in a vestry 
meeting of eight ; the Surrey Archaeological Society had lodged a protest 
with the Bishop, and it was hoped that the Congress would assist. 

A resolution was passed protesting strongly against the sale as follows : — 

" That this Congress of Archaeological Societies of England, Wales, 
and Ireland, in Union with the Society of Antiquaries of 
London, desires to protest strongly against the proposed sale by 
the Rector and Churchwardens of East Horsley, Surrey, of a pair 
of silver Communion Flagons, dated 1649 ; and respectfully 
requests the Bishop and Chancellor to refuse to grant a faculty 
for that purpose." 

Feet of /ines.— During the proceedings, Mr. Wright Taylor, F.S.A. (East 



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Riding), read a letter from Col. Saltmarshe, who was prevented from 
attending, emphasising the need for indexing and calendaring of the lists of 
Fines at the Public Record Office ; the present lists, which were not indexes 
in any sense of the word, were getting frail and worn. He thought that all 
antiquarian societies ought to be pressed to take this work in hand as far as 
their own counties were concerned. 

It was pointed out that the Historical Manuscripts Commission had this 
matter under observation. 

Preceptories of Knights Templars. — Mr. Were (Derby) asked that Societies 
should be invited to co-operate in preparing a list of Preceptories of Knights 
Templars and the condition in which they now were. 

The Rev. F. M. Weaver pointed out that Abbot Gasguet had already 
published such a list in his book on Henry VHI. and the Monasteries. 



The meeting concluded with a vote of thanks to Sir Hercules Read for 
presiding and to the Society of Antiquaries for the use of its rooms. 



2, Gaeden Court, 

Temple, E.G. 



WILLIAM MARTIN, 

Hon. Secretary.